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Future Wasson Way Trail at Monteith Ave in Cincinnati, Ohio
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March 16, 2013 2:53 pm A look at the proposed Wasson Way Trail. The rail line has been unused for about 3 years and plans are underway to convert it into a hiking/biking trail. When completed it would run from Xavier University and connect with the Little Miami bike trail.

Copyright: Gregory Arnst
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Uploaded: 17/03/2013
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Tags: wasson way rail; bike; hike; rails to trails
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