West Point, PA
 A Lonely Train Rail

A few feet from where the Stony Creek Line crosses West Point Pike is a solitary piece of track.
It has been there since 1882, give or take a year.
This forlorn, orphaned and lonely piece of rail once had an important function.
It was part of a trestle that carried train cars to the rear of 1828 West Point Pike.
This building was Heebner and Kriebel's Feed Mill, built in 1919 after the original building was destroyed in a fire.
The trestle was dismantled in the 1990's, leaving the loading dock doors eight feet off the ground.

Which poses a burning question!
Since no one has been able to reach the loading dock doors from the outside for years...

....after all this time does someone in West Point still love Stacie?