Fall Bike Ride

My wife and I decided to take a bike ride this afternoon on the local bike trail which begins in Dunbar, Pa.  Along the way I stopped and took a few photos of railroads past and present.  Most of the photos are of a small yard that is being put in.  I was hoping to get a few shots of the coke ovens that are still built into the hillsides along the bike trail, but the foliage was to thick.  Instead I took a photo of the coke oven that was constructed by Dunbar Historical Society in 2010, that is located in downtown Dunbar as you are exiting the bike trail.  Pretty neat.

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My wife and I decided to take a bike ride this afternoon on the local bike trail which begins in Dunbar, Pa.  Along the way I stopped and took a few photos of railroads past and present.  Pretty neat.

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So, you called the Dispatcher from the phone booth at Dunbar to get a lineup?  

Tom

 

Superintendent, High Plains Division (O Gauge) 

The Panhandle & Santa Fe Railway Co.

Lone Star Hi-Railers

Santa Fe, All the Way

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