The Nature Museum's hike along the old West River Railroad bed on Sunday, November 8 from 1 to 3 p.m., promises both attractive views and a fascinating history of the railroad line termed 36 Miles of Trouble.
The railroad's problems were legendary and will be revealed by Sherrie and Bob Rice, who will share natural and historic points of interest as they guide this flat, three-mile hike along the present hiking/biking trail from the fated railroad's terminus. Participants should meet and park at the restored, but now empty, West River RR Station on Route 100 in South Londonderry.
Pre-registration is required for this program which is free to Museum members, non-members $5. Call The Nature Museum at Grafton at 843-2111 for registration and information. For other Museum programs, visit www.nature-museum.org or call the Museum.