Local rail-trail historian/author, Sue A. DelBianco, pictured right/front in the bottom photo, brings a group of cyclists on a journey back in time to when train was king. She stopped off at many historical sites along the rail-trail in the Trumbull Valley on Sunday, Oct. 18. The site included a cow tunnel, site of a train wreck from 1901, remains of an ice house, a knit mill, an amusement park called Parlor Rock, two train stations and more. DelBianco tells the story of why the railroad vanished, and how it was turned into one of Connecticut's best recreational trails. Another historical bike tour is planned for May, 2021, which will be announced in The Trumbull Times.