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Buzzings from BeeLines

September 14, 2016
Westfield Republican

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Above, The JW&NWGlenEwen shows the 302 at the Glen Ewen stop where, in the 1930s, the trolley would let off hikers and picnickers to go down into Little Chautauqua Creek Gorge at the "Big Fill" to visit Fitch's Falls, and then hike on down the creek to Buttermilk Falls, and finally down to Glen Mills Falls where South Portage bridge crosses the creek and one could get back to Westfield. Former Westfield Historian, the late Billie Dibble, wrote about her experience doing that in one of her Dibble's Dabbles "Rugged beauty always surrounds Chautauqua County" first published in WR April 29, 1982.

Below, The JW&NWWfdStn is of another of the trolley cars parked at the Westfield Train Depot siding, waiting for passengers from the NY Central trains to take them to Jamestown.

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