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Nelson and Dan double heading with the Shays.

Nelson and Dan double heading with the Shays.

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Sept 5.........Ohio Central @ Mill Creek Central.

Sept 5.........Ohio Central @ Mill Creek Central.

Dan and Cheryl on the Shay.

Dan and Cheryl on the Shay.

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

LOCOMOTIVE, 1883. The conductor, crew and canine mascot of a Central Pacific Railroad train posing by the locomotive during a station stop at Mill City, Nevada. Photographed in 1883.

LOCOMOTIVE, The conductor, crew and canine mascot of a Central Pacific Railroad train posing by the locomotive during a station stop at Mill City, Nevada.

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Logging Locomotives from Mill Creek Central Railroad

Visiting Mill Creek Falls in York County, Pennsylvania - http://uncoveringpa.com/mill-creek-falls-in-york-county

Pennsylvania Waterfalls: Mill Creek Falls and Lock 12 in York County

NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TWP. Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on the north, E. 185th and E. 200th Sts. on the east, the New York Central and New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad on the southeast, and E. 170th St. on the south. Its main street was St. Clair. Organized in 1873, the village supported 2 stores, a stonemill, a grain mill, and 2 blacksmith shops in 1880…

NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TWP. Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on the north, E. 185th and E. 200th Sts. on the east, the New York Central and New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad on the southeast, and E. 170th St. on the south. Its main street was St. Clair. Organized in 1873, the village supported 2 stores, a stonemill, a grain mill, and 2 blacksmith shops in 1880…

Moderately strenuous 4-mile hike in a highly scenic location, Upper Quillan Creek Forest Area.  Most of the hike is off trail, there are lots of ups and downs, and several rock-hopping crossings are required across small creeks.   We’ll walk along a creek and old road to a nice waterfall.  The path out or in (depending on which group you are in) will be along an old road.  We’ll stop for lunch at the site of an old mill.  On this hike we’ll see several small waterfalls on side creeks and…

Scenic Southeastern Outings canoe and kayak trip on the Coosa River near Wetumpka, Alabama. This canoe trip is moderate with one class III rapid. The river itself is quite wide.

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