Shows ‘bikes’ and recreation are good uses for rail corridor

To the editor:

It seems ironic that the Adirondack Scenic Railroad would propose and apparently invest in putting “bicycles” on the corridor when at the same time working hard to prevent the public recreational trail use. The former rail bike operation demonstrated the popularity of a trail; imagine how successful and even useful it would be to have a rail trail available 24/7, free and unfettered by one venue controlling this popular activity.

Scott S. Thompson

Beaver River