We've walked along this for years. Nice to have smooth railway trail with a stream alongside it's entire length. The old water-powered mills that used to line it are mostly crumbled away, but it's actually been nice to see the area reverting year by year back to a natural state. There's still one brick smokestack, which used to have a huge belt wheel and the remains of a hulking steam boiler -- still various large bits of what look like old-time turbines, etc. Old iron bow-bridge covered with vines, filled-in brick pits in the woods (small and not dangerous) that were part of a 19thc. paper mill (I've been told) Good place for birders, although we ran into a posse of deer hunters on our last walk. In good weather, young Amish couples picnic there and you can admire their buggies in the parking area.
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