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General Photos

General photos from the trails in the Triangle area.

Wake County parking area at White Oak Church Road

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This area was opened in May 2005 and showcased Wake County's first waterless restroom facility.

New East Coast Greenway display case at the Morehead Avenue kiosk

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In mid-November we installed a new ECG display case at the Morehead Avenue kiosk in Durham. Of special note are the posters describing the Greenway's Adopt-a-Mile program, a fund raising effort to support development of new trails or greenways for future designation as parts of the ECG. The East Coast Greenway (ECG) continues to make progress in North Carolina. Currently, the 6.5 miles of American Tobacco Trail currently open in Durham and all but the most recently completed ATT section in Wake County are formally designated segments of the projected 2600 mile-long East Coast Greenway.

Rail Corridor in Northern Durham County to be Assessed

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Pictures showing a few views of portions of an abandoned rail (D&N/SAL/SCL) corridor in northern Durham County, NC. This ~4 mile trail parallels Panther Creek and is a potential rail-trail. Some sections near Burton Road have been cleaned up a bit and are being used by nearby residents. Several TRTC Board members walked much of the trail on April 11 to assess it's condition and talk to nearby citizens about their interest in developing a managed trail on this corridor. Searches of property records to determine ownership of the corridor and adjacent properties have not been done as of April 2009. These will need to be accomplished before TRTC (or others) can undertake efforts to have this trail actively managed by Durham.

Abandoned Rail Corridor near Panther Creek

Description: 

A view of an abandoned rail (D&N/SAL/SCL) corridor in northern Durham County, NC. This ~4 mile trail parallels Panther Creek and is a potential rail-trail. Some sections near Burton Road have been cleaned up a bit and are being used by nearby residents. Several TRTC Board members walked much of the trail on April 11 to assess it's condition and talk to nearby citizens about their interest in developing a managed trail on this corridor. To move this potential project searches of property records to determine ownership of the corridor and adjacent properties will need to be accomplished before TRTC (or others) can undertake efforts to have this trail actively managed by Durham.

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