Celebrating a half century of rail trails
Fifty years ago Wisconsin blazed a trail that started a nationwide movement.
Twenty–foot–high doors line each side of the entrance. Passing under the giant, hand–cut archway and into darkness, the temperature drops quickly. Inside, muffled echoes reverberate through, broken by the sound of dripping water and the quick, darting glances of flashlights dancing along damp walls. A speck of light in the distance signifies the only other way out. Like delving into a cave, this is a unique experience.Read full article