Kentucky Union Railway
Lexington & Eastern Railroad : Lexington, Kentucky, 1852-1915Book - 2007
A history of the Kentucky Union Railway, and its successor the Lexington & Eastern Railroad, from 1852 to 1915. The ninety-four mile railway started in Lexington, connected with Winchester, Clay City and Beattyville and then terminated at Jackson, Kentucky. The railroad reached the vast natural resources in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky, especially the timber and coal reserves along the Red and Kentucky River basins.
Publisher: Lexington, Ky. : Limestone Press, c2007
Call Number: 385.0976 Am186k
Characteristics: 138 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Lexington & Eastern Railroad