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It began with the ringing of church bells and the blowing of factory whistles.
It was a federal stimulus package that 80 years ago put Carlisle on track to ridding itself of what had become an eyesore and public safety hazard.
The Mooreland estate on the west end of Carlisle was not so much a home on the range as a fenced-in game preserve that drew crowds of fans.
One man died and seven people were injured Thursday, Oct, 18, 1888, when two trains collided about 1.5 miles east of Shippensburg.
The Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council is closer to its goal of obtaining most of an 11-mile stretch of railroad bed needed for a futur…