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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Morganfield Seeks Bids to Pave Street along Abandoned Railroad Corridor
Posted: 15-Oct-2004 3:54AM CDT
Topics: [Union County]

The city of Morganfield is seeking bids for a project to pave over the abandoned Illinois Central railroad corridor between Airline Road and Chapman Street. Illinois Central stopped server in Union County “a generation” ago; however, part of the line was operated by the Tradewater Railroad Co. The city acquired the property several years ago, and it has been used as a street informally known as Railroad Street.

Now the Morganfield city government hopes to pave the street and rename it honor of retiring City Councilwoman Dorothy Crutcher and her late husband Norval Crutcher.

More information: Union County Advocate: Paving bids sought for Railroad St. (Sept. 1, 2004) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 15-Oct-2004 3:54AM CDT

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