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April 9, 2006 —A bunch of photographers gathered at the K.A.B. Trail on Sunday, April 9th, at 9:30 AM. The weather was perfect with hardly a cloud in the brilliant blue sky. Many trains were photographed throughout the day as we walked the entire trail and visited each of the arches.

51 photos by Keith Herzig.



April 2, 2006 —Sonia and her horse, “LT” explore the Keystone Arch Bridges Trail on a warm spring day. Horseback riding is just one of the many outdoor activities that can be enjoyed along the K.A.B. Trail. 24 Photos by Keith Herzig.



March 25, 2006 —The Benton Homestead was built in Tolland, CT, circa 1720. It was the ideal setting for our reenactment on how the “Railroad to the Moon” was conceived in the 1830’s.

Special thanks to the volunteers who dressed in authentic 1830’s clothes and for the generosity of the kind folks with the Tolland Historical Society for the use of the Benton Homestead in the filming of our documentary.

Photos by Keith Herzig.




February 26, 2006 —After nearly 3 years of planning & with the help of 3 grants, we got professional photographer, Jet Lowe to come visit and document the Keystone Arches for their historic engineering feats.

Jet Lowe works for the National Park Service out of Washington, D.C. and is the Supervisor of Engineering Photography, Historic American Engineering Record.

All of his extremely high quality photographs will be recorded with the U.S. Library of Congress.


Jet came to photograph the Keystone Arches through the generosity of the Amherst Railway Society and the Highland Communities Initiative, a program of the Trustees of Reservations.

Photos by Keith Herzig.



February 25, 2006 —Remains of Arch #6

Photo Shoot with Jet Lowe as heavy snow moved in. We had to quit early!

Photos by Keith Herzig.



Special Thank You to Harold Phelps of Altitude Climbing Services, Chester, MA, who donated his time and provided 4WD transportation.

Photos by Keith Herzig.



December 26, 2005 —Whistler & his officers survey the Westfield River; a reenactment Circa 1835.

Photos by Keith Herzig.



These are some photos taken around the Keystone Arch Bridges over the years.





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