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The Richland B& O Trail runs along the Clear Fork of the Mohican River, past farms and small towns in north-central Ohio. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
A flour sign in the historic Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill in Loudonville. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
The historic Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill was built in 1831 near Loudonville. The water-powered mill was moved, starting in 1969, to a site near Mohican State Park. It is owned and operated by a friends' group. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
The eastern/southern terminus of the 18.4-mile Richland B&O Trail in Butler. The trail run to the west and north to Mansfield. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)