This depicts only a small portion of the trail. Hopefully some day it will connect further into the Townsend state forest. One can access the MA section, but it is not cleared of rails yet. In the other direction it goes to Rte 31 in Greenville NH. The quarry loop trail and others bleed off the rail trail. Note map. Further information may be found on my Pratt Pond blogs.
Be sure and look for the memorial to two of the quarry workers who died close by. It is fading, and this is the best I picture I have been able to get. It is on your right, if you are heading toward the quarry. On the rail trail, just after the cut off to the quarry itself. I am digging for more information.
The beavers are getting active near here.
Be sure and check out the sheep tunnels along the way.
Mason Rail trail off Starch Mill
My friend Marjorie Turner Hollman recently added her thoughts while biking on the rail trail. You can find it here: https://marjorieturner.com/2020/06/08/just-over-the-line-railtrail-in-mason-nh/
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