Rail to Trail: County partners with Fishers, Noblesville to transform rail line

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    The Nickel Plate Rail Line will be converted to 9.2 miles of trails. From left, County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, County Commissioner Christine Altman and Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness stand on the current Nickel Plate Rail Line. (Photo by Anna Skinner)
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    Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness introduces the project as Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear and County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt watch. (Photo by Anna Skinner)
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    The Nickel Plate Rail Line will be converted to 9.2 miles of trails from 96th Street to Pleasant Street. (Submitted rendering)
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    The Nickel Plate Rail Line will be converted to 9.2 miles of trails from 96th Street to Pleasant Street. (Submitted map)
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    The Nickel Plate Rail Line will be transformed into a trail and add to the already existing 84 miles of trails in the City of Noblesville. (Submitted rendering)
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    The rail trail through Fishers. (Submitted map)

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  • Tom Klimczak

    When it’s gone, it’s gone. Noblesville will cease to be unique. Just another small town with parking lots and a bike trail.
    Such small thinking. How ordinary.
    Noblesville can do better than this. Noblesville should do better than this.
    If there is 9.3 million dollars for another bike trail, that same money can restore Noblesville’s unique treasure to safe operation.