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The Bradford Rail Trail occupies a former Pan Am rail corridor, beautifying an area that once lay strewn with garbage and weeds. The city and numerous dedicated volunteers created the mile-long path for pedestrians, cyclists, joggers and other non-motorized users.
The path extends between Middlesex Street and South Elm Street in Bradford. As yet, it has no benches or other amenities, and the trail is surfaced with a thin layer of recycled asphalt chips. As the Bradford Rail Trail has no lights, it will be closed at dark.
Many hands pitched in to create the trail, including volunteers from numerous organizations. Friends of the Bradford Rail Trail invites volunteers to continue with the additional work that remains to be done.
While there is no designated parking lot for the trail, parking is available along nearby city streets.
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