Saucon Rail Trail

Before the Saucon Rail Trail had become what it is today — 5 miles of beautiful trail — it was a railroad called the North Pennsylvania Railroad (N.P.R.R.). Through the years, the railroad name was transformed, merged, consolidated and transferred through many railroad companies.

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REFURBISHED RAILROAD SIGNAL
on Saucon Rail Trail.
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READING DRIVE TRAILHEAD MEADOW PLANTING PROJECT
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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
You can be a part of making the Saucon Rail Trail even better.
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ALLENTOWN FORMATION
The Allentown Formation is a dolostone [CaMg(CO3)2] originally deposited as a limey mud and sand in warm, shallow seas that once covered all of the eastern United States.
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Let us know if there are trees or branches down or anything else urgent that needs to be addressed.
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HOW DO I GET ONTO THE SAUCON RAIL TRAIL?
Entry points and parking.
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