Dan Doucette, left, and Paul Bailey rode bikes on the Dawkins Line Rail Trail near Royalton on Nov. 3. The trail in Magoffin County is 20 miles long. When the trail is completed, it will be 36 miles. The 20-mile leg, from Hagerhill in Johnson County past Royalton in Magoffin County, was opened to hikers, cyclists and horseback riders on June 15, 2013. The trail, which when completed would be the largest rail-to-trail in the state, follows the old Dawkins Line railroad bed that runs from Hagerhill to Evanston.
Dan Doucette, left, and Paul Bailey rode bikes on the Dawkins Line Rail Trail near Royalton on Nov. 3. The trail in Magoffin County is 20 miles long. When the trail is completed, it will be 36 miles. The 20-mile leg, from Hagerhill in Johnson County past Royalton in Magoffin County, was opened to hikers, cyclists and horseback riders on June 15, 2013. The trail, which when completed would be the largest rail-to-trail in the state, follows the old Dawkins Line railroad bed that runs from Hagerhill to Evanston. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Dan Doucette, left, and Paul Bailey rode bikes on the Dawkins Line Rail Trail near Royalton on Nov. 3. The trail in Magoffin County is 20 miles long. When the trail is completed, it will be 36 miles. The 20-mile leg, from Hagerhill in Johnson County past Royalton in Magoffin County, was opened to hikers, cyclists and horseback riders on June 15, 2013. The trail, which when completed would be the largest rail-to-trail in the state, follows the old Dawkins Line railroad bed that runs from Hagerhill to Evanston. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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