TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT
TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT

TUNNEL GREEN - BACK PRINT

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In 1857, the Hempfield Railroad built a tunnel for their railway, but by 1861, the tunnel right of way was purchased by B & O Railroad. It was rebuilt between 1904 and 1905, and as many believe, it was built directly under the small Hempfield Cemetery where many bodies were never removed for the construction.

The tunnel has also seen its fair share of deaths. It is believed that in the early 1900s, a young man was killed by a passing train as he tried to walk the tracks through the tunnel, and another young man, an immigrant, was robbed and killed in the tunne