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The Midland Trace Trail extension is located in Noblesville, Indiana along the abandoned Midland Central Railway corridor. The project scope of work included wayfinding signage, trail amenities, monuments and decorative pavement at trail nodes. A large trailhead offers parking and restrooms.  A retention pond collects surface stormwater. Masses of native plantings serve to enhance the space located at a busy corner along SR32. The new trail segment will connect existing and proposed trail segments in Noblesville, Westfield, and the Monon Trail system. The project vernacular reflects truss details of an existing railroad bridge, over the White River.

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Midland Trace Trail

The Midland Trace Trail extension is located in Noblesville, Indiana along the abandoned Midland Central Railway corridor. The project scope of work included wayfinding signage, trail amenities, monuments and decorative pavement at trail nodes. A large trailhead offers parking and restrooms.  A retention pond collects surface stormwater. Masses of native plantings serve to enhance the space located at a busy corner along SR32. The new trail segment will connect existing and proposed trail segments in Noblesville, Westfield, and the Monon Trail system. The project vernacular reflects truss details of an existing railroad bridge, over the White River.