Squannacook River Rail Trail guided walk Saturday, Nov. 5th
Squannacook River Rail Trail walk Saturday Nov. 5, 2016 at 10 am
Explore history while walking the path of the future stone dust Squannacook River Rail Trail in Groton and Townsend. We will walk one way along the full length of the 3.7 mile rail bed, stopping at the halfway point for a tour of the Townsend Historical Society's Reed Homestead.

Watch a 2 minute quicktime video describing plans for the Nov. 5th walk.

Park at the town parking lot at the intersection of Riverbank Terrace and Jefts Street in Townsend near the trestle at 10 am on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. From there we will arrange a shuttle to the other end of the rail trail for our one way walk. A volunteer will also be available to pick up anyone who does not wish to complete the full walk. This walk is part of the Freedom's Way National Heritage Area and Montachusett Regional Trails Coalition's Connecting Communities Along Our Trails series, and is jointly sponsored by Squannacook Greenways and the Townsend Historical Society.
Don't forget our buy a brick sale ends Dec 31, 2016

Be a part of the Squannacook River Rail Trail forever!  For $150 you build 17 feet of stone dust trail.

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