Walk Across An 1872 Railroad Bridge On The Stone Arch Bridge Trail In Massachusetts

Massachusetts is home to plenty of relics of history, but some of them are in museums or end up being crowded by visitors. This 1872 railroad bridge is surrounded by Bay State nature in the Russell Bird Sanctuary in Westford. At just over 2-miles long, this short and sweet bridge trail takes you over a historic railroad bridge, and then leads you to some of the best nature views in Westford. If you’re looking for a beautiful and simple trail with a little bit of history, the Stone Arch Bridge Trail is for you.

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Address: 3 Milot Rd, Westford, MA 01886, USA