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Delaware & Lehigh - Slatington Unveils New Interpretive Signage

Archive for: August 2010 posts

Last Friday, Northern Lehigh Future Focus (NLFF) and the Borough of Slatington held two press conferences—one to unveil five interpretive panels along the Slate Heritage Trail and a second to dedicate two kiosks at the…

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Written By Silas Chamberlin Remember that weekend last fall when you and your buddies piled into the car and made an epic journey through the Corridor, consuming large quantities of only the finest beer and…

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Written By Silas Chamberlin Patrick Brown’s new book Industrial Pioneers: Scranton, Pennsylvania and the Transformation of America, 1840-1902 is a much-needed study of a city that played a disproportionately formative role in nineteenth-century American industrial…

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Written By Silas Chamberlin Our “Take a Hike!” series will periodically feature a favorite day hike or bike on the D&L Trail.  The second installment is a hike on the trails within Lehigh Gap Nature…

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Written By Silas Chamberlin The D&L is involved with so many types of projects, over such a wide expanse of eastern Pennsylvania, that it is sometimes difficult to keep them all straight.  We do heritage…

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Written By Silas Chamberlin One of the great things about living in Allentown is that you are never very far from a park. I live in the Fairview section of Allentown—just a few blocks from…

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When Community Fellow Josh Kreger signed up for a year-long position with the D&L he probably envisioned conducting sociological research on trail users and helping out with writing and marketing.  And, OK, Josh did a…

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For a week in late July, 350 cyclists from across the nation made their way through eastern Pennsylvania as part of the 2010 Greenway Sojourn, sponsored by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC).  During the sojourn, which…

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