November 12, 2015

Stony Valley Railroad Grade


On September 21, 2015 the WooFDriver took the WooFPAK on a Midnight Mushing Tour of Stony Valley Railroad Grade in Pennsylvania. At one time the hunting grounds for the Native American tribes of the Delaware and Shawnee, this area turned into an essential corridor for early industry mills of the settlers mainly for lumbering and coal mining. By 1944 mining and lumber industries were exhausted in the valley leaving no use for the railroad. Soon after in 1945 the trail was made into one of the nation’s earliest rail trails.

Trail Link Website to learn more about the rail trail the WooFDriver mushed.

Here are photos from the adventures!
Stony Valley Railroad Grade

Enjoy these videos from the Midnight Mushing Tours!


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