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The 3.1-mile Glover Archbold Trail runs from Van Ness Street Northwest to the Potomac River. In Georgetown, it meets up with the Capital Crescent Trail, one of many greenspaces across the country that uses an abandoned railroad right of way for jogging, biking and plain old strolling. (The Washington Times)

The 3.1-mile Glover Archbold Trail runs from Van Ness Street Northwest to the Potomac River. In Georgetown, it meets up with the Capital Crescent Trail, one of many greenspaces across the country that uses an abandoned railroad right of way for jogging, biking and plain old strolling. (The Washington Times)

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