Downingtown woman develops source of pipeline information

April 3, 2014

Lynda and Steve Farrell moved into their stone house on the side of a hill, their "nook in the woods," in Downingtown one Friday in June 1992. The next morning, they woke up to a bulldozer in the grassy field of their front yard.

"That was our first realization of what it was to have a pipeline on your land," Lynda Farrell, 63, said.

When the couple went down their long, shared driveway, they learned the crew was there to look into a potential leak in one of the three natural gas pipelines that run under the field.


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