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Beginning in 1904, the Atchison-Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad (AT&SF) carried freight through the city of Richmond, reaching its height during World War II when Richmond became a national leader of wartime industry and the woman's labor movement. This same corridor, which has sat unused in the heart
This urban rail trail provides a short recreational opportunity for local residents, a ribbon of open space in an otherwise heavily developed cityscape. The route sits on the old Santa Fe railroad grade, which runs parallel to Ohio and Chanslor Avenues through a relatively depressed industrial/ res
Excellent News, the eastern portion of the Greenway is now open between Carlson Blvd and San Pablo Ave (march 2010). The eastern endpoint it just 100 ft from the start of...
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