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Grand Trunk Trail


The Grand Trunk Trail, a former CN rail line, has been transformed into a wonderful walkway. And the view from the Sarnia Bridge is breathtaking. One of the several attractions in St. Marys is the Grand Trunk Trail. Due to the considerable efforts of many people, the abandoned CN rail line at the north edge of St. Marys is now an attractive trail of two kilometres.

In July of 1998, the two halves of the trail were joined with the laying of the last board on the Sarnia Bridge. The local Kinsmen Club spent three weeks in the heat of a very hot summer to complete the task. Prior to this accomplishment, the Sarnia Bridge was far from a safe place to be. Now, the deck is solid, the railings are sturdy and the lights give off a warm glow after the sun has set.

Information provided by the St.Marys website.

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