Old Tunnel WMA

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Historical Marker for Bat Tunnel
Historical Marker for the bat tunnel. (Photo by Eveline)
Trail down to the bat tunnel.
Trail down to the bat tunnel. (Photo by Eveline)
Stairs at the bat tunnel near Comfort.
Stairway at the bat tunnel. (Photo by Eveline)
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