Category Archives: Maynard Mass

Date Nails

Maynard ARRT volunteer and Beacon columnist David Mark has written an interesting article about date nails on the railroad. Don’t know what a date nail is? Follow this link and learn all about them. I think I see a new … Continue reading

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ARRT Spring Update

March has been a good month for the ARRT. There has been progress in many areas and here are the details. Back in November 2011, AECOM finished the Acton-Maynard 25% trail design and submitted it to MassDOT for review. The … Continue reading

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Spring is here

Spring is finally here and there is a lot going on with the ARRT. First off, most of Massachusetts is in a full-blown drought, with tinder dry brush alongside the trail. Yesterday, the ARRT volunteers had their first spring cleanup … Continue reading

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New Maynard Book

Beacon-Villager columnist and ARRT Director David Mark has just published a book of his best columns and blog posts. It is titled “Maynard – History and Life Outdoors” and can be purchasedĀ in Maynard at The Paper Store, Gallery Seven and … Continue reading

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Lines and Boundaries

It’s amazing when a group of people with a shared interest get to talking, what interesting turns a real and virtual conversation can take. It all started last month, when Bob Brooks of Maynard, sent us a great winter photo. … Continue reading

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