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Nebraska Library Commission Western Trails Project

 
The Cowboy Trails Master Plan: A collaboration between the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy and The Clark Enersen Partners, February 1997. The Cowboy Trail, the nation’s longest rail to trail conversion, was once part of the Chicago & North Western railroad's Cowboy Line. The route covers 321 miles across northern Nebraska from Norfolk to Chadron. This Master Plan describes the trail development and planning process.
 
The Cowboy Trails Master Plan

Cover and Introduction
Section I: The Planning Process
Section II: The Plan
Section III: Management and Costs
Appendixes

Western Trails
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