Railroad Bridge Park

rrbp3.JPGRailroad Bridge Park is part of the Olympic Discovery Trail, a delight for walkers, bikers, and nature lovers. The Olympic Discovery Trail follows portions of the now defunct Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad right-of-way. The railroad ran from Port Townsend to Port Angeles for 70 years. rrbp.JPGrrbp2.JPGrrb4.JPG

9 thoughts on “Railroad Bridge Park”

  1. What a wonderful place to commune with mother nature!
    It is too hot to walk around outside here lately.
    I hear it’s pretty cool up there.
    Sounds like a dream.

  2. Great photo. It’s nice when old rail lines are reused for the public’s benefit. I really liked the elk photos too!

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  3. Isn’t it sad that the trains no longer run between these two towns. Perhaps someone will come along and want to make a passenger train for tourists someday – complete with history lecture and tea time offerings. I’d sign up for a ride or two or three.

  4. Looks like an interesting place for a walk.
    I am amazed at the stipulation on the length of dog leash – never seen that before. But I guess it makes sense.

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