Abandoned Railroad Tracks At Lehigh Trail In Palm Coast Florida

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Uploaded By: trailviewmount
2 years ago
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These railroad remnants were part of the Lehigh Railroad Spur built in 1952 to carry product from the Lehigh Portland Cement Company to market. The eastern end of the Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail begins in what was the switchyard for the cement plant, which was busy enough for the Florida East Coast Railroad to maintain a switch engine on the premises. Due to labor disputes and economic uncertainty the plant and the railroad closed in 1965.

The Lehigh Trail in Palm Coast Florida runs along a canal between Belle Terre Parkway and Colbert Lane that is now an abandoned railroad corridor. This trail also is connected by sidewalks and paths that tie into the St. Joe Walkway/Linear Trail. As a non-local finding the paths and trails in Palm Coast can be extremely confusing. For more photos and info on Florida paved trails for bicycling visit my website: http://www.trailviewmount.com

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