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Cedar Run General Store busy on Thursday, August 19, 2010, couple with the motorcycles are from Ohio, older man at the far left sitting on the porch from Dauphin County and the rest from the State College area Black rat snake encountered just off the Pine Creek Rail Trail at Whitetail parking access, August 22, 2010. Photo submitted by David Kagan The Utceter (or Old Callahan) Cemetery just off the rail trail between Black Walnut Bottom Campground and Slate Run has been nicely tended to of late, with tombstones righted and grass and weeds trimmed. Thank you, whoever is responsible!  Photo submitted by David Kagan
Yellow phase rattlesnake encountered on the Pine Creek Rail Trail just south of Slate Run, August 17. Photo submitted by David Kagan 86-year-old Ralph Mantle, of Jersey Shore, after lifting his bicycle over a fallen tree on the Pine Creek Rail Trail just north of Torbert Village, August 22, 2010. Mantle bicycled over 7200 miles on the trail in 2009. Photo Submitted by David Kagan Erected in 1840 as a Presbyterian church, this now unused edifice, with its cemetery containing some of the early to mid-19th century pioneers, stands at the northwest corner of Route 6 and Marsh Creek Road at Ansonia, just a few hundred yards west of the Pine Creek Rail Trail and the confluence of Pine and Marsh Creeks. Photo Submitted by David Kagan
The Ansonia Country Store and gas station, also serving Sunset Ice Cream, off the southside of Route 6 just a quarter mile west from the Pine Creek Rail Trail. Photo submitted by David Kagan The Ansonia Valley Inn and its Burnin' Barrel Bar on the south side of Route 6 at Ansonia, just a quarter mile from the Pine Creek Rail Trail. Photo Submitted by David Kagan The starting point of Canyon Wagon Rides, located on the north side of Route 6 at Ansonia, providing horse-drawn rides down the Pine Creek Rail Trail. Photo Submitted by David Kagan
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