Allegheny Highlands Trail of Maryland

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The Bordon Tunnel on the AHTM

The Allegheny Highlands Trail of Maryland (AHTM) is a 20.47-mile (33 km) long rail trail from Cumberland to the Mason-Dixon line, where it meets the Allegheny Highlands Trail of Pennsylvania.

The trail parallels the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad which operates tourist trains powered by a steam locomotive. The trail follows the route of the Connellsville extension of the Western Maryland Railroad.[1]

This trail is one section of the Pittsburgh-to-Washington, DC Great Allegheny Passage.

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  1. ^ Smith, Maria (2006-12-14). "Allegheny Highlands Trail now open for business". Cumberland Times-News. 

Coordinates: 39°41′44″N 78°50′47.5″W / 39.69556°N 78.846528°W / 39.69556; -78.846528