This tunnel, on a CSX line from a large strip mine in Myra KY, is in Virgie KY. I backed off to show the chimney above the tunnel. The tunnel itself has been sprayed with quick-setting concrete and has rock bolt reinforcements all along its length. The line goes from here to the big rail yard at Shelbiana. Once, the line went south of Myra, but it’s just empty railbed now. There were plenty of short trestles on this line…every blessed one of them made by American Bridge Company in 1911. The company is still in business…and so are the trestles on the active line. The trestles on the dead line that don’t go over the 2-lane highway have been removed, but the locals say that, even though the railroad has to carry insurance on the extant trestles, they’re just too expensive to move, since they’d have to somehow reroute the traffic when the crane comes in to haul out these hunks of tonnage.