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Where cyclists now ride..

the PC Bristol branch freight crosses the Barrington River in Barrington RI on a fine June day in 1972. Next stop is Warren where several loads will be spotted and empties picked up. The 14-mile branch is now the popular East Bay Bike Path with lots of two-wheeled and foot traffic.

Photographed by Steve Brayton, June, 1972.
Added to the photo archive by Steve Brayton, November 24, 2020.
Railroad: Penn Central.

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