Postcard View of Homer City and Yellow Creek Bridge
Today the Hoodlebug Trail uses this same bridge. Note the Homer City Cemetery in the background.
A Sculpture with No Name
This sculpture graces the entrance to the Hoodlebug Trail near Rose Street. As far as we know it's never had a name. At one time it was located on the grounds of the Indiana County Courthouse before being relocated to the trail.
Two Lick Creeknear Homer City, PA
Hoodlebug Trail Scene north of Homer City
Two Lick Creek Bridge
Doe Crossing Ahead
Homer Center Historcial Society Caboose
Two Lick Creek near Jospehine PA
Trolley Power House
Fall Scene on the Hoodlebug
Two Lick Creek
The Quarter-Mile Bridge
They Still Run Trains Here
On the hillside above the Hoodlebug Trail the B&P Railroad runs trains of coal to the Homer City power plant.
When warm temperatures arrive many trail users hit the trail early before the heat and humidity reach high levels.
Although the Hoodlebug Trail passes through developed areas you will find salamanders living in the stream edges and nearby ditches. This is a Long-tailed Salamander found along Stoney Run.
Fall on the Hoodlebug Trail
Spirits of the Hoodlebug Trail Tour
Noble Stein on Wayne Avenue served as one of three hosts for the Spirits Along the Hoodlebug Trail Tour.