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Gallipolis, McArthur & Columbus Railroad (GM&C) Campbell Tunnel
Tunnel / Ohio

The Campbell Tunnel is an abandoned railroad tunnel in southeast Ohio that was part of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad’s Hocking Valley Division.



Gallipolis, McArthur & Columbus Railroad (GM&C) Eagle Tunnel
Tunnel / Ohio

The Eagle Tunnel is an abandoned railroad tunnel in southeast Ohio that was part of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad’s Hocking Valley Division.



Coal & Coke Railway
Tunnel / West Virginia

The Goodwin Tunnel No. 4 is an abandoned railroad tunnel along the Coal & Coke Railway (C&C), a former railroad between Charleston and Elkins, West Virginia.



Coal & Coke Railway
Tunnel / West Virginia

The Kingsville Tunnel No. 5 is an abandoned railroad tunnel along the Coal & Coke Railway (C&C), a former railroad between Charleston and Elkins, West Virginia.



Coal & Coke Railway
Tunnel / West Virginia

The Kingsville Tunnel No. 1 is an abandoned railroad tunnel along the Coal & Coke Railway (C&C), a former railroad between Charleston and Elkins, West Virginia.



Kentucky Union Railway
Tunnel / Kentucky

The Natural Bridge Tunnel is along the abandoned Kentucky Union Railway (KU) which extended for 95 miles from Lexington to Jackson, Kentucky.



Kentucky Union Railway
Tunnel / Kentucky

Torrent Tunnel is located along the former Kentucky Union Railway that once extended between Lexington and Jackson, Kentucky.



Youngstown & Southern Railroad Smith's Ferry Branch, Grimms Bridge Tunnel
Tunnel / Ohio

Grimms Bridge Tunnel is an abandoned tunnel along the Youngstown & Southern Railroad Smith’s Ferry Branch in eastern Ohio.



Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Wheeling-Pittsburgh Subdivision
Tunnel / Pennsylvania

Tunnel No. 6 is located along the mostly abandoned Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Wheeling-Pittsburgh Subdivision west of Washington, Pennsylvania.



Williamstown Colliery Tunnel
Tunnel / Pennsylvania

The Williamstown Colliery Tunnel is an abandoned circa 1874 railroad tunnel under Big Lick Mountain in Pennsylvania. The tunnel connected the Summit Branch Railroad to 19 underground coal veins and the vast Bear Valley coal fields.



New York, Ontario and Western Railway
Tunnel / New York

The Northfield Tunnel is an abandoned railroad tunnel under Northfield Mountain along the New York, Ontario & Western Railway near Merrickville, New York.



Sand Patch Tunnel
Tunnel / Pennsylvania

Sand Patch Tunnel is an abandoned 4,777-foot railroad tunnel that was constructed by the Pittsburgh & Connelsville Railroad in Pennsylvania.



Eastern Kentucky Railway Tunnel No. 4
Tunnel / Kentucky

Tunnel No. 4, also known as the Callahan Tunnel, is an abandoned railroad tunnel in eastern Kentucky.



Eastern Kentucky Railway Tunnel No. 5
Tunnel / Kentucky

Tunnel No. 5, also known as the Ramey Tunnel, is an abandoned railroad tunnel in eastern Kentucky.



Mill Creek Tunnel
Tunnel / Kentucky

The Mill Creek Tunnel is an abandoned tunnel along the Louisville & Nashville Railroad’s “Short Line” in Carroll County, Kentucky.



Statue of John Henry
Tunnel / West Virginia

The original Big Bend Tunnel was opened in 1872 to carry the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway underneath Big Bend Mountain in Talcott, West Virginia.



Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad
Tunnel / Ohio

Tunnel No. 4 is an abandoned tunnel situated along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Panhandle Line in eastern Ohio.



Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad
Tunnel / Ohio

Tunnel No. 5 is an abandoned tunnel situated along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Panhandle Line in eastern Ohio.



Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad
Tunnel / Ohio

Tunnel No. 6 is an abandoned tunnel situated along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Panhandle Line in eastern Ohio.



Ironton Tunnel
Tunnel / Ohio

The Ironton Tunnel carried OH Route 75 under Cronacher’s Hill between Ironton and Coryville, Ohio.