500 Great Rail-Trails: A Directory of Multi-Use Paths Created from Abandoned Railroads
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500 Great Rail-Trails: A Directory of Multi-Use Paths Created from Abandoned Railroads

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Since Chicago naturalist May Theilgaard Watts inspired the rail-trail movement in 1963, more than 5,000 miles of obsolete railroad have been converted to recreational pathways throughout America. This first-ever state-by-state directory details America's 500 best rail-trails, their endpoints, locations, lengths, surfaces, wheelchair access, and the specific activities perm...more
Paperback, 161 pages
Published April 1st 1993 by Living Planet Press (first published January 1993)
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