Virginia Rail Trails: Crossing the Commonwealth

Virginia Rail Trails: Crossing the Commonwealth

Take a tour of Virginia's scenic rail trails with author Joe Tennis as he explores restored train stations, discovers a railroad's lost island graveyard and crosses the commonwealth on its idyllic paths.

These classic rail lines of Virgina that were once only accessible to train engineers or a few lucky passengers can now be enjoyed by anyone looking for a scenic hike or bike ride. The trails highlight the natural beauty of Old Dominion, from the sunrise side of the Eastern Shore to the setting sun at the Cumberland gap, and each trail, with names like the Virginia Creeper and the Dick & Willie, has a personality and grandeur all its own.

Publisher: The History Press. Paperback, 255 Pages. Measures 8.9"x6"x0.5" . Weighs 1 lb 4.6 oz.

Tennis, Joe
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