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A bicyclist pedals along the Stavich Bike Trail that runs between Struthers, Ohio, and New Castle, Pa. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
The Stavich Bike Trail runs 10.5 miles in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. It parallels the Mahoning River and active railroad tracks. It was once an old trolley line. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
A sign greets trail users as they enter Ohio and exit Pennsylvania. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
A beaver ponds provides open water and lots of birds at the edge of the Stavich Bike Trail, an old trolley route. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
A mile markers on the Stavich Bike and Hike Trail. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
A large sign in Struthers, Ohio, greets bicyclists and walkers to the Stavich Bike Trail that connjects two states. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)