Chasing the Coal

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by 32dgrz, Nov 11, 2020.

  1. JB2

    JB2 Dirt Of The Earth

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    Well done sir! Much like reading a report by @Sod Buster . Nice history lesson. I often come across old foundations along railways that seem to have no history. Unfortunately finding information about them is next to impossible unless you run into an old-timer who knew what was there.
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  2. BrockEvan

    BrockEvan Brock Warwick Supporter

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    Great stuff, thanks!
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  3. live2ridetahoe

    live2ridetahoe BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, MICN Supporter

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    Very cool RR!! Thanks for taking us along.

    Tahoe
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  4. Otroo

    Otroo Adventurer

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    Great trip report
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  5. MotoRana

    MotoRana MotoRana

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    Very cool RR! I live in Chester County, PA and we are not far from PA coal country and few miles each way to Reading and Bethlehem. Lots of historic steel mill towns and coal mining towns to explore.

    thank you for taking us along on the journey!
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  6. ncroadtoad

    ncroadtoad No Use to Society Supporter

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    I found the link on the CB5X/RR thread. Excellent job, I enjoyed it.
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