Despite intermittent weather and freezing and refreezing of the ground, the day has come when the last of the rail road ties has been pulled up intact and bundled. The bundles of ties will soon be trucked down to a licensed facility to be burnt as fuel. Looking north from the Lawrence line, one can…


Here are Kyle and the Boys doing their thing in Bradford. Once the Ties are removed they are bundled and shipped to Pittsburg to be used for fuel. Then the surface is cleaned and graded and a new surface is laid in. Bradford has chosen a recycled asphalt surface which should set up nicely.


I took a turn on the Bruce Freeman trail the other day and came back with some images. My images at Flickr Bruce Freeman Rail Trail website Phase 1 (6.8 miles in Lowell, Chelmsford, and Westford) is now open.


Another late post, my apologies. Last Sunday had incredible weather…the kind that you read about in old books about New England. On the spur of the moment, we got a few folks together for a quick trip on the Windham Rail Trail…we were NOT alone. Odd some days I get out there and it seems…


I meant to post this about five times in the last 2 weeks. I have been a little busy and I can count the number of times i have ridden my bike on one hand. I wanted to try out Derry’s new pavement..and the decision is that pavement is SWEET – no pavement is painful….


By Laura Schweizer from WickedLocal News Mon Aug 31, 2009, 02:54 PM EDT Chelmsford – Music of the Chelmsford Community Band Jazz Ensemble bellowed over the excited chatter of more than 200 people gathered on the second floor of Old Town Hall. Saturday, Aug. 29, marked the long-awaited (20-plus years) official opening of the Bruce…