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1800's Train Tunnel
< on 8/3/2020 8:41 PM >
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Went for a nice hike on a trail with unused 1800's train tracks that lead to an abandoned train tunnel, in Jo Daviess County. Water was to high to attempt going inside. However, heard from a another Urbex friend its collapsed not far inside anyway. Nature is slowly taking this one. But still neat.




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< Reply # 1 on 8/4/2020 5:58 AM >
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Nice! Railroad tunnels are always cool, there's a 1 mile long one not far from where I grew up that you can ride a bicycle through.

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< Reply # 2 on 8/6/2020 5:52 PM >
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I'm down there almost every year for mines and stuff and we've still never gotten around to visiting that one. Seems like the trail is always closed for hunting or something :-/

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