Side Quest: Red Hill Road’s abandoned tunnel

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Side Quest: Grubb Run Culvert to the Susquehanna River

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Side Quest: Rediscover this lost locomotive knuckle coupler

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Side Quest: Wade through the Creswell Station culvert

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Side Quest: Go inside St. Charles Furnace

Click here for the GPS location St. Charles Furnace Learn more about the St. Charles Furnace…

Side Quest: Survey the abandoned buildings of Camp Snyder

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Lancaster County once boasted nearly 500 of these silent stone sentinels. Today fewer than 20 percent remains. Unlock the mystery of these ancient masonry guardians.

Drive the back roads of Lancaster County, and you may have noticed small medieval-looking fortresses embedded…

Visit the ambitious Lancaster County engineering project that killed 200 men and cost half a billion dollars. Traverse the Enola Low-Grade Rail Trail.

The Enola Low-Grade Line was the engineering marvel of its day. More earth was moved in…