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611 at Summit Road
611 is nearing the top of the 6.5 mile long Batavia hill during and excursion trip in the 1980s. The Summit Road crossing is one of the best photo location on the Peavine, with eastbound trains working hard to finish the climb up the hill. For golfers reading this, the creek in the photo runs down hill and now days cuts through a Greg Norman designed golf course called Elks Run.
 
Location: Afton, OH Date: 1/1/1985
Source: -David Lamb Personal Collection (http://www.dlamb15.com/wo/)
Photo ID: 332
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