Biking through history

Trumbull rail-trail historian Sue A. DelBianco, (pictured third on right), hosted a historical bike ride starting at the Tait Road entrance to the Trumbull Valley-Monroe, on Sunday May 17. Cyclists headed north toward Monroe, stopping off at many historical points-of-interest: An old cow tunnel built under the rail bed, remains of a knit mill, remains of a fountain pool from Parlor Rock Amusement park in The Trumbull Valley, remains of an ice house, and a train station, etc. The event brought the cyclists back in time to when railroad was king from 1840-1942. DelBianco is planning to have another bike tour in the fall.
Trumbull rail-trail historian Sue A. DelBianco, (pictured third on right), hosted a historical bike ride starting at the Tait Road entrance to the Trumbull Valley-Monroe, on Sunday May 17. Cyclists headed north toward Monroe, stopping off at many historical points-of-interest: An old cow tunnel built under the rail bed, remains of a knit mill, remains of a fountain pool from Parlor Rock Amusement park in The Trumbull Valley, remains of an ice house, and a train station, etc. The event brought the cyclists back in time to when railroad was king from 1840-1942. DelBianco is planning to have another bike tour in the fall.