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Bill in Houston from Houston on 10/26/2020 1:09:27 PM:
There is some great history in Mt Savage, and many original buildings still standing. I mean, the first iron rails rolled in America, and the first producer of good refractory brick. That's some history. But, there are no plaques or signs with info, so you are on your own for that. There's a soft serve/milkshake place, and maybe a burger place. They might be open if you go by. The town is very far below the trail. You will be riding down a very steep street into town, and pushing your bike back up. Keywords Mt Mount Savage