Some of our dedicated volunteers who turned out to help mulch around the Manhan Rail Trail mural on downtown clean-up day May 2, 2015.
The crew of volunteers who worked for several hours to spruce up the Manhan Rail Trail May 3, 2014.
Don’t worry, it’s just temporary!
Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Tim Murray and other state and local officials announce the MassWorks grants at Millside Park along the Manhan Rail Trail in Easthampton Nov. 9, 012.
The scenic connector between Easthampton and Northampton gets lots of use!
Bruce Simonds and his “Little Free Library” which he built and donated to the Manhan Rail Trail at the Union Street kiosk.
New kiosk maps have been installed at the Coleman Road trail head and at the trail split by Ferry Street. The maps contain some information about the surrounding area and its history.
Manhan Rail Trail Committee members Eleanor Kwolek and Barbara LaBombard help clean up the trail near the mural this past spring.
In this June 10, 2011 photo, the cleared trail is viewed from the end of Wemelco Way looking south toward Coleman Road.
In this photo supplied by the EPA, fabric covers the east hillside along the soon-to-be-built southern extension of the Manhan Rail Trail.
Manhan Rail Trail Committee members Peter Brooks, Mike Chevrette, John Losito, Carla Katz, Barbara LaBombard and Bill Burkart pose in front of the new sign at the fork in the trail near Ferry St. Easthampton.
Friends of the Manhan Rail Trail President Liz Sturgen congratulates volunteer Paul Donais at the group’s annual meeting in October. Paul was named Friends 2010 Volunteer of the Year for his dedicated service to the trail.
One of the many breathtaking views of ponds along the Manhan Rail Trail in Easthampton
Manhan Rail Trail Committee member Peter Brooks removes brush along the trail fence on a warm October afternoon.
The entrance to the site of the asbestos removal project along the soon-to-be-constructed southern extension of the Manhan Rail Trail.
The Manhan Rail Trail bridge over Route 10 is lowered onto abutments September 26, 2010.
One of the newly paved sections of the Easthampton-Northampton connector in a photo taken in late November 2009 (courtesy Peter Brooks)
Mayor Mike Tautznik, flanked by members of the Manhan Rail Trail Committee, cuts the ribbon to celebrate the re-opening the washed-out section of trail Nov. 8, 2009.
Merchandise NOW ON SALE includes tote bags $5, special edition Yankee Candles $15, and long-sleeved tee-shirts $10
Crowds enjoy free Friday night concerts at the new Millside Park along the Manhan Rail Trail near the intersection of Ferry and Pleasant Streets.
Manhan Rail Trail volunteers sell merchandise at Derrill’s Race to raise money for repairs at the sinkhole site near the Oxbow.
Students in Mrs. Pouliot’s 1st Grade Class at Center Elementary School receive a certificate of thanks from the Manhan Rail Trail Committee