Diversion: Kent Junction

Kent Junction is centered at 36.921466, -82.728876, northeast of Appalachia.  I don’t know why I like it so much…it’s just sort of a tidy triangle of trackage (heh, alliteration) out in the country. It was originally laid down by the Interstate Railroad as part of its trackage to Cane Patch and to Dorchester.  You can get a good look at it on Google Earth.  That N&S loco isn’t going anywhere.  It was just sitting there, hissing occasionally.  This was in February, 2012.

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