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Photo of Ties and Moss Compete for Right of Way
Ties and Moss Compete for Right of Way

These ties lay in Bolton Notch, CT. on the old Harford, Providence and Fishkill line. It is rare to find ties still in place on an abandoned line such as this. About a 1/4 mile in lenght, these ties are much overgrown with trees, weeds and moss, yet still proudly represent their purpose in the transportation industry decades ago.

Photographed by Christopher Zyrlis, August 21, 2004.
Added to the photo archive by Christopher Zyrlis, October 14, 2004.

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