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'Bike Through History'

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Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail

 

2018 Activities:

MAY 30 - Paper Mill Road

JUNE 6 - Bentley Springs

JUNE 13 - Monkton

JUNE 20 - White Hall

JUNE 27 - Phoenix

JULY 11 - Parkton

JULY 18 - Sparks

JULY 25 - Freeland

All rides begin 6:30 P.M. and end about two hours later. Bring your bicycle, light, helmet and water. Rides will be accompanied by NCR Hereford Volunteers, and are 'shine only' events. There is no fee, and no preregistration is required.

 

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('Bike Through History' is conducted by volunteer members of the NCR/Hereford Volunteers Association.. The Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail - formerly the Northern Central Railroad Trail - is located in northern Baltimore County, Maryland, and extends for nearly 20 miles from Ashland to the Pennsylvania state line.. Its route is the former right-of-way of the Northern Central branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad.. Passenger train station stops along the route included Ashland, Phoenix, Sparks, Glencoe, Corbett, Monkton, Pleasant Valley, Blue Mount, White Hall, Graystone, Parkton, Walker, Bentley Springs and Freeland.. The trail is maintained as a portion of the Gunpowder Falls State Park.. Northward into Pennsylvania, the trail is known as the York County Heritage Rail Trail, maintained by York County.)

Allen Brougham, chairman Bike Ride Committee

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