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The B&O Trail, which is being developed along a former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad corridor in Indiana, is planned to one day stretch more than 60 miles from Indianapolis to Montezuma. The paved pathway in Brownsburg, on the western outskirts of the capital, stretches 6 miles, offering tree-lined routes through residential communities and rural countryside.
The paved pathway begins on County Road 500 E (Tilden) through Brownsburg and terminates at County Line Road. It includes a short tunnel under Ronald Reagan Parkway decorated with beautiful painted murals. The mile-long gap from SR 267 to Ronald Reagan Parkway that once split the trail into two sections has been filled. But keep in mind this piece runs through private land.
A separate section of trail stretches another 1.6 miles in Speedway, extending from Allison Way to Eagle Creek.
For the western part of the trail, parking is available at State Route 267; users can park north of the trail, on Windham Court (on the east side of SR 267). Farther east, trail-goers can also park where the trail crosses Odell Street; this is between E. County Road 300 North and E. County Road 400 North.
At the eastern endpoint of the trail, parking is available in the center of the Wynbrooke subdivision on Northern Dancer Drive.
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