Keystone Trail

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The Keystone Trail, near 90th and Fort streets, is believed by some locals to be visited by a phantom train on cold misty nights. The apparition of the train has been both seen and heard, although the railroad tracks were removed from this spot years ago.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Near 90th and Fort
Omaha, NE
United States

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GPS:
41.30407155645821, -96.04967594135815
County:
Douglas County, Nebraska
Nearest Towns:
Boys Town, NE (5.2 mi.)
Omaha, NE (6.6 mi.)
Ralston, NE (6.8 mi.)
Carter Lake, IA (6.9 mi.)
Bennington, NE (7.0 mi.)
La Vista, NE (8.4 mi.)
Elkhorn, NE (9.7 mi.)
Chalco, NE (9.8 mi.)
Council Bluffs, IA (10.2 mi.)
Papillion, NE (10.3 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.traillink.com/trail/keystone-trail.aspx

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