R.J. Corman Railroad

Reporting mark: RJCN; RJCR; RJCC; RJCL; RJCM; RJCP; RJCK; RJNX; RJCV
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RJ Corman Railroad Company owns 9 lines, Each with a similar yet different reporting mark (RJC_)

The 9 lines and their reporting marks are:

R.J. Corman Railroad/Allentown Lines (RJCN)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Bardstown Line (RJCR)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Central Kentucky Lines (RJCC)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Cleveland Line (RJCL)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Memphis Line (RJCM)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Pennsylvania Lines (RJCP)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Tennessee Terminal (RJCK)

R.J. Corman Railroad/Western Ohio Line (RJNX)

R.J. Corman Railroad/West Virginia Line (RJCV)


RJCC - Arnett Branch Bridge (Magoffin County, Kentucky)
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Arnett Branch on Abandoned R.J. Corman Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

RJCC - Cedar Brook Viaduct (Anderson County, Kentucky)
Steel stringer bridge over Cedar Brook Road and Cedar Brook on Lexington and Ohio Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic

RJCC - CS1370 Overpass (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Built 1929 by the Nashville Bridge Co.
Steel stringer bridge over Cs 1370 onR.J. Corman Railroad
Open to traffic

RJCC - Eastwood Tunnel (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Tunnel under Town of Eastwood on L&N Railroad
Open to traffic

RJCC - Frankfort Tunnel (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Built 1849 by the Lexington and Frankfort Railroad. Currently owned by R. J. Corman (RJC) Railroad
Tunnel under Main Street (US 60)
Open to traffic

RJCC - Kentucky River Bridge (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Built 1929 by the American Bridge Company
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kentucky River on RJC Railroad
Open to traffic

RJCC - North Broadway Overpass (Fayette County, Kentucky)
Built 1904
Pony plate girder bridge carrying RJ Corman Railroad Over US 27 (North Broadway)


RJCL - Tuscarawas River Bridge (Dover) (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Tuscarawas River on Railroad in Dover
Open to traffic

RJCL - Tuscarawas River Bridge (Massillon) (Stark County, Ohio)
Building started in 1941, stopped due to WW2, completed in later 1946, opened in 1947.
Through truss bridge over Tuscarawas River on Railroad
Open to traffic

RJCM - Cumberland River Swing Bridge (Montgomery County, Tennessee)
Built 1891 by the Pencoyd Bridge & Construction Co.
Swing through truss bridge over Cumberland River on R.J. Corman Railroad/Memphis Line at Clarksville
Open to traffic

RJCM - Palmyra Tunnel (Montgomery County, Tennessee)
Built c. 1850s by Memphis, Clarksville & Louisville Railroad (M.C. & L.)
Tunnel on R.J. Corman Railroad/Memphis Line
Open to traffic

RJCP - Clearfield Bridge (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1909
Baltimore through truss bridge over River Road (SR1001) and West Branch Susquehanna River on B&O Railroad
Open to traffic

RJCP - Dowler Junction Bridge (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1930
Baltimore through truss bridge over Susquehanna River West Branch on RJ Corman Railroad-Pennsylvania Line
Open to traffic

RJCP - West Branch Susquehanna River Bridge (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania)
Deck plate girder bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River and Rte 879 on RJ Corman RR
Open to traffic

RJCV - Dunloup Creek Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Steel stringer bridge over Dunloup Creek on R.J. Corman Railroad/West Virginia Line (RJCV)


RJCW - Greenville Creek Bridge (Darke County, Ohio)
Built 1918
Pratt through truss bridge over Greenville Creek on R.J. Corman Railroad Western Ohio Line(formerly NYC)
Open to traffic during grain season

Seriff Road Bridge (Allen County, Ohio)
Concrete arch bridge over Seriff Road on the RJ Corman Railroad
Open to traffic

Thurmond Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1951 and 2017
Through truss bridge over New River on CR 25/2 & Railroad tracks
Open to one-lane traffic and one railroad track

US-68X Overpass (Logan County, Kentucky)
Built 1936
Concrete tee beam bridge over RJ Corman Railroad (Memphis Line) on Us-68x
Open to traffic

Valleybrook Park Overlook Bridge (Montgomery County, Tennessee)
Parker through truss bridge on the Cumberland River Greenway (former Illinois Central Railroad)
Open to pedestrians