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The James J. Fiorentini Bradford Rail Trail is constructed along the former Georgetown Branch of the Boston and Maine Railroad and runs along the Merrimack River in Bradford, MA. It runs nearly a mile along S Elm St. until reaching Washington Landing Park, which has signage commemorating President Washington's visit there in 1789.
Along the route, trail users will find an old relic of the trail's railroad history. The trail features a telltale, a warning device that warned old brakemen to lay down for an incoming bridge.
In 2020, the Haverhill City Council voted to name the trail in honor of the town's Mayor, James J. Fiorentini.
There is parking designated for the trail in between the Yacht Club and Washington Landing Park, 30 Ferry St.
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