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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in September 2004.

The Wayne County Sheriff's Department often uses alternative forms of transporation during special events.

These girls helped promote the duck race during the Cambridge City Canal Days Parade.
This 1870 Gaar-Scott Steam Engine is on display at the Gaar house and Farm Museum. More than 60 cyclists participated in the first Richmond Rail Ride to support the extension of the Cardinal Greenway Trail to Webster.
   

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On this page: Wayne County Sheriff bike patrol officer at the intersection of National Road and Morton Street in Centerville.  Three girls in duck costumes parade in front of Wayne Bank in Cambridge City.  Red barrel with Gaar-Scott logo in front of Gaar-Scott steam engine.  Young boy on a bike is followed by a woman watching over him as he travels down the Cardinal Greenway Rail Trail.


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