Deblois - Confederation Trail

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The Confederation Trail is a walking trail on the former site of railroad tracks that were destroyed in 1932, a result of a bad accident during a snowstorm. However, folks in the area have heard a phantom train whistle and seen a ball of light speeding along the place where the tracks used to be. Some say it is a ghostly recreation of the tragedy, or the spirit of the engineer who is still trying to avoid the accident from beyond the grave.

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Geographic Information

Prince Edward Island

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46.91289169898441, -64.11121358468631
Prince County
Nearest Towns:
Tignish, PE (4.5 mi.)
Alberton, PE (8.1 mi.)
O'leary, PE (15.5 mi.)
Coleman, PE (16.2 mi.)
Portage, PE (17.1 mi.)
Tyne Valley, PE (25.4 mi.)
Harmony, PE (26.4 mi.)
Princetown, PE (33.1 mi.)
Wellington Station, PE (33.5 mi.)
Wellington, PE (33.5 mi.)


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