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“It was a ‘we’ project,” said Rose Stepnick, crediting the community for enabling the recreation board to get the bridge. “I am so proud of this project and everybody that did it with us.” #ligoniervalleytrail  (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Mill Creek Bridge Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

“It was a ‘we’ project,” said Rose Stepnick, crediting the community for enabling the recreation board to get the bridge. “I am so proud of this project and everybody that did it with us.” (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

We walked about a half mile to the northern end of the trail near Peoples Road in Ligonier Township. #ligoniervalleytrail  (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Mill Creek Bridge Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

We walked about a half mile to the northern end of the trail near Peoples Road in Ligonier Township. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Crossing the Loyalhanna Creek in Ligonier, PA via the historic swinging bridge that's part of the Loyalhanna Nature Trail. The bridge is around a century old, dating back to at least 1920. The one-mile trail is maintained by the Loyalhanna Watershed Association and also follows the former rail bed of the Ligonier Valley Rail Road. (photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Crossing the Loyalhanna Creek in Ligonier, PA via the historic swinging bridge that's part of the Loyalhanna Nature Trail. The bridge is around a century old, dating back to at least 1920. The one-mile trail is maintained by the Loyalhanna Watershed Association and also follows the former rail bed of the Ligonier Valley Rail Road. (photo by Jennifer Sopko)

The new bridge over Mill Creek in Ligonier extends the Ligonier Valley trail from the township into the borough. #ligoniervalleytrail  (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Mill Creek Bridge Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The new bridge over Mill Creek in Ligonier extends the Ligonier Valley trail from the township into the borough. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Pedestrians and bicyclists using the trail will pass the Miller Farm, which raises organic beef. According to proprietor Diane Miller, a future pathway through the farm to Carey School Road could create a trail loop. #ligoniervalleytrail  (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Mill Creek Bridge Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Pedestrians and bicyclists using the trail will pass the Miller Farm, which raises organic beef. According to proprietor Diane Miller, a future pathway through the farm to Carey School Road could create a trail loop. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Re-visiting childhood memories at the Bells Mills Covered Bridge, Sewickley and South Huntingdon Townships, Westmoreland County, PA.

Re-visiting childhood memories at the Bells Mills Covered Bridge, Sewickley and South Huntingdon Townships, Westmoreland County, PA.

Railroad bridge over the Loyalhanna Creek

Dating back to the late 19th century, the Colvin Covered Bridge is one of Bedford County’s 14 surviving covered bridges. At one time there used to be 70 covered bridges throughout the county. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

Dating back to the late century, the Colvin Covered Bridge is one of Bedford County’s 14 surviving covered bridges. At one time there used to be 70 covered bridges throughout the county. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

This 1917 bridge is located on a segment of the Lincoln in Schellsburg that is blocked halfway through by a house. You can pick up the road on the other side of the house but the road is a bit rough. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

This 1917 bridge is located on a segment of the Lincoln in Schellsburg that is blocked halfway through by a house. You can pick up the road on the other side of the house but the road is a bit rough. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Here’s a remnant of the old Lincoln before it reached the Stonycreek River in Kantner, PA. A double bridge used to cross here but both are long gone. We found the remnants of the road on both sides of the river. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

Here’s a remnant of the old Lincoln before it reached the Stonycreek River in Kantner, PA. A double bridge used to cross here but both are long gone. We found the remnants of the road on both sides of the river. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

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