The owners of the Ludlam Trail want to start developing the 6.2-mile stretch of land after it's sat vacant for years following railroad abandonment. This is a stretch of land located at Southwest 70th Avenue and Bird Road, looking south, Wednesday, Oct. 08, 2014.
The owners of the Ludlam Trail want to start developing the 6.2-mile stretch of land after it's sat vacant for years following railroad abandonment. This is a stretch of land located at Southwest 70th Avenue and Bird Road, looking south, Wednesday, Oct. 08, 2014. PETER ANDREW BOSCH MIAMI HERALD STAFF
The owners of the Ludlam Trail want to start developing the 6.2-mile stretch of land after it's sat vacant for years following railroad abandonment. This is a stretch of land located at Southwest 70th Avenue and Bird Road, looking south, Wednesday, Oct. 08, 2014. PETER ANDREW BOSCH MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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