The Bugline bike trail owes its existence to the quarries near Lannon. Trains once hauled famed Lannon Stone from the deep limestone pits which still operate today. A look down into the quarries from the trail is an impressive site. Further along, perhaps you'll be able to spot homes built from the Lannon Stone. Dense woods close to the trail often hide the fact much of your ride is trough suburbs. You can make your trail ride a tour of comfortable area parks; three line the trail. At the west end of the trail is the tiny village of Merton. The old mill there still operates and the adjacent mill house is an architectural gem.