There’s A Hike In Pennsylvania That Leads You Straight To Abandoned Cement Kilns
Abandoned places in Pennsylvania often give us unique glimpses into the past – whether we stumble upon the remains of a former POW Camp in Michaux State Forest or the remnants of a former factory at Dead Man’s Hollow Conservation Area. If you’re on the hunt for a fascinating trail in Pennsylvania that’s brimming with local history, embark on the Ironton Rail Trail.
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Do you have a favorite trail in Pennsylvania that leads to ruins or historical sites? Let us know in the comments. For another picturesque hike, go on the three-mile North Warwick Loop Trail in Pottstown.