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BNSF - Cascade Tunnel (King County, Washington)
Longest rail tunnnel in the US, finished in 1929 to bypass old tunnel, switchbacks, and 1.7% grade
Tunnel under Cascade Mountains on BNSF Railway (former Great Northern Railway)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Chumstick Tunnel (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1928
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Drano Lake Tunnel (Skamania County, Washington)
Tunnel on Railroad (BNSF)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Everett Tunnel (Snohomish County, Washington)
Built 1910
Tunnel under Everett on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Flathead Tunnel (Lincoln County, Montana)
Built 1970
Tunnel on BNSF Kootenai River Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Gaynor Tunnel (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1949
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Hewitt's Tunnel (Klickitat County, Washington)
Built 1908
Bridge on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Jackson's Tunnel (Klickitat County, Washington)
Built 1908
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Lyle Tunnel (Klickitat County, Washington)
Built 1908
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Nelson Bennett Tunnel (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1912-13
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Owl Rock Tunnel (Skamania County, Washington)
Tunnel on Railroad (BNSF)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Severson Tunnel (Skamania County, Washington)
Tunnel on Railroad (BNSF)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Stampede Tunnel (Kittitas County, Washington)
Tunnel opened in May of 1888, forced-air ventilation added later
Tunnel under the Cascade Mountains just south of Snoqualmie Pass on BNSF Railway (former Northern Pacific Railway)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Stanford Tunnel (Judith Basin County, Montana)
Built in 1918 by the Great Northern Railroad
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Swede Tunnel (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1928
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 1 (Contra Costa County, California)
Built 1917
Tunnel on BNSF RR
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 1.5 (Skamania County, Washington)
Built 1977
Tunnel on BNSF
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 10.1 (Boundary County, Idaho)
Lined 1913.
Tunnel on BNSF Kootenai Subdivision


BNSF - Tunnel 10.2 (Boundary County, Idaho)
Lined 1912.
Tunnel on BNSF Kootenai Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 2 (Contra Costa County, California)
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 2 (Flathead County, Montana)
Tunnel under US 2 on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 3 (Contra Costa County, California)
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 3 (Flathead County, Montana)
Tunnel on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 3.7 (Flathead County, Montana)
Tunnel on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 3.8 (Flathead County, Montana)
Built 1943 to reduce curvature
Tunnel on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 3.9 (Flathead County, Montana)
Tunnel on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 4 (Flathead County, Montana)
Tunnel on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel 5 (Flathead County, Montana)
Tunnel on BNSF Hi-Line Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Tunnel No. 20 (Whatcom County, Washington)
Tunnel on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Wayne Tunnel (Cascade County, Montana)
Built in 1911 by the Great Northern Railroad
Tunnel under a hill and Enger Cutoff Road on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Windham Tunnel (Judith Basin County, Montana)
Built by the Great Northern Railroad
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Winton Tunnel (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1928
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Woldson's Tunnel (Klickitat County, Washington)
Built 1908
Tunnel on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF- Tunnel #4 (Lewis and Clark County, Montana)
Tunnel under Hill on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company
Open to traffic

BNSF- Tunnel #5 (Lewis and Clark County, Montana)
Tunnel under Hill on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company
Open

Board Tree Tunnel (Marshall County, West Virginia)
Tunnel on Former B&O Railroad in Littleton


Bobby Hopper Tunnel (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1998
Tunnel through Boston Mountains on I-49
Open to traffic

Bonner Springs Tunnel 1 (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Abandoned tunnel, possible storm sewer
Abandoned

Bonner Springs Tunnel 2 (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Discovered May 2002
Abandoned tunnel under K-32
Derelict/abandoned

Boone Tunnel (Jessamine County, Kentucky)
Tunnel under Old US 68
Closed to all traffic

Bow Ridge Canal Tunnel (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)
Tunnel
Closed to all traffic

Bow Ridge Canal Tunnel (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1828
Lost tunnel on former Pennsylvania Main Line Canal
No longer exists

Bowerston Tunnel (Harrison County, Ohio)
Built by the Steubenville & Indiana, bypassed by the Pennsylvania RR in 1950
Abandoned tunnel on Former PPR
Derelict/abandoned

BPRR - Boltz Road Tunnel (Armstrong County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1899
Tunnel on Buffalo & Pittsburgh RR
Open to traffic

BPRR - Ellwood Tunnel (Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1891
Tunnel on Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad
Open to traffic

BPRR - Empire Tunnel (Elk County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1908
Tunnel on Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad
Open to traffic

Braswell Tunnel (Paulding County, Georgia)
Opened 1882, abandoned 1980
Tunnel under Brushy Mountain on an abandoned alignment of Southern Railway (Formerly the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Railroad)
Abandoned

BRB&L - East Boston Tunnels (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1875; abandoned 1940
Abandoned tunnels under Jeffries Point on Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Breakneck Tunnel (Putnam County, New York)
Built 1932
Tunnel on NY 9D
Open to traffic

Bremerton Ferry Tunnel (Kitsap County, Washington)
Built 2009
Tunnel underneath Bremerton, city street on WA 304
Open to traffic

Broadway Tunnel (San Francisco County, California)
Built 1952
Tunnel carries traffic under corner of Russian Hill and several streets. Four lanes of automobile, bus and truck traffic
Open to traffic

Broadway Tunnel (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1901; Removed 1949 due to the construction of the Hollywood Freeway obliterating Fort Moore Hill
Lost Tunnel under Fort Moore Hill on North Broadway
Removed

Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel (New York County, New York)
Built 1940-1950
Tunnel under East River on Interstate 478
Open to traffic

Buck Spring Tunnel (Haywood County, North Carolina)
Built ca1930
Tunnel under Mountain on Blue Ridge Parkway
Open to traffic

Bunches Bald Tunnel (Jackson County, North Carolina)
Tunnel on Blue Ridge Parkway
Open to traffic

Bunker Road Tunnel (Marin County, California)
Tunnel under Under Marin Headlands on Bunker Road
Open to traffic

Burgoon Road Tunnel (Blair County, Pennsylvania)
Tunnel under Under Railroad on Burgoon Road
Open to traffic

Burlington Northern Tunnel (Laramie County, Wyoming)
Built 1911
Tunnel under Ct050-6 on Burlington Northern Railroad
Open to traffic

Burnside Tunnel (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1940
Tunnel on W. Burnside Street in Portland
Open to traffic

Burro Schmidt Tunnel (Kern County, California)
started in 1900 finished in 1938 dug completely by William Schmidt
Tunnel under El Paso Mountains on pedestrian
Open to pedestrians only

Burton's Tunnel (Orange County, Indiana)
Built 1907
Tunnel on French Lick Railway
Open to traffic

Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel (Pitkin County, Colorado)
Built 1891; Converted to highway use 1922; Closed to traffic 1943; Collapsed 1945
Tunnel
Closed

BYCX - Multon Falls Tunnel (Clark County, Washington)
Built in 1901 by the Portland, Vancouver and Yakima Railroad
Tunnel on Chelatchie Prairie Railroad (B.Y.C.X)
Open to traffic

Byrd Street Tunnel (Richmond, Virginia)
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Lost Tunnel under 4th St/ 3rd St/ 2nd St on Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad and the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Connection Co.
Filled in

C&M Stone Creek Tunnel (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Built around 1871-1873, and abandoned around 1980-1985.
Tunnel on the former Cleveland and Marietta Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic

C&O - Packs Mountain Tunnel (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Abandoned tunnel for Abandoned Railroad Grade under Packs Branch Road and drainage divide
Derelict/abandoned

C&O Canal Trail Paw Paw Tunnel (Allegany County, Maryland)
Bulding began in 1836, finished 1850
Tunnel on C&O Canal
Open to pedestrians

C&TS - Mud Tunnel (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Tunnel on Railroad
Open to traffic

C&TS - Rock Tunnel (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Tunnel through Phantom Spire on Railroad
Open to traffic

Caldecott Tunnel (Alameda County, California)
First two bores built 1937, third built 1965
Set of three parallel tunnels on CA 24 in Oakland
Open to traffic

Caltrain - Bayshore Tunnel (San Francisco County, California)
Tunnel on Caltrain
Open to traffic

Caltrain - Bayview Tunnel (San Francisco County, California)
Tunnel on Caltrain
Open to traffic

Caltrain - Tunnel #1 (San Francisco County, California)
Tunnel on Caltrain
Open to traffic

Caltrain - Tunnel #2 (San Francisco County, California)
Tunnel on Caltrain
Open to traffic

Cape Creek Tunnel (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1931
Tunnel on US 101
Open to traffic

Carlin Highway Tunnel (Elko County, Nevada)
Bridge on Hwy 80
Open

Carlin RR Tunnels (Elko County, Nevada)
Built 1903
Tunnel under Carlin Canyon; Humboldt River UP railroad
Open to traffic

Carpendale Rail Trail - Knobley Tunnel (Mineral County, West Virginia)
Built 1904, abandoned 1970s, converted for trail use 2010
Tunnel under Knobley Mountain on Carpendale Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

CBR - Gardiner Tunnel (Douglas County, Oregon)
Tunnel on Coos Bay Rail Link
Open to traffic

CBR- Tunnel 13 (Lane County, Oregon)
Tunnel on Coos Bay Rail Link
Open to traffic

CBR- Tunnel 16 (Douglas County, Oregon)
Tunnel on Coos Bay Rail Link
Open to traffic

CBRY - Tunnel #1 (Pinal County, Arizona)
Built 1902
Tunnel on Copper Basin Railway
Open to traffic

CBRY - Tunnel #2 (Pinal County, Arizona)
Built ca 1902-1904
Tunnel on Copper Basin Railway
Open to traffic

CBRY - Tunnel #3 (Pinal County, Arizona)
Built ca 1902-1904
Tunnel on Copper Basin Railway
Open to traffic

CGW - Winston Tunnel (Jo Daviess County, Illinois)
Built for the Minnesota and Northwestern Railroad in 1888, was the longest rail tunnel in Illinois
Abandoned tunnel on former Chicago-Great Western Railway
Abandoned

Cherokee Park Road Tunnel (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Pair of tunnels under Cherokee Park Road on I-64
Open to traffic

Cherry Hill Tunnel (Barbour County, West Virginia)
Abandoned tunnel for Abandoned Railroad Grade
Derelict/abandoned

Chessy System Tunnel (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Abandoned tunnel under Chessy System on US 40
Derelict/abandoned

Church Hill Tunnel (Richmond, Virginia)
Built 1875; Collapsed 1925
Abandoned tunnel under Church Hill on Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
Derelict/abandoned

Cincinnati & Whitewater Canal Tunnel (Hamilton County, Ohio)
1841 to 1865 used as canal tunnel, Railroad 1865 till 1884. Partilly collapsed, 1950's.
Lost Tunnel on Formerly Cincinati & Whitewater Canal
Partly Collapsed

Cincinnati Subway System (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1920
Abandoned tunnel on Cincinnati Subway
Abandoned. Never Operational

CL&N - Oak Street Tunnel (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Abandoned tunnel on Railroad (CL&N)
Abandoned

Claypool Tunnel (Pinal County, Arizona)
Built 1926; replaced by new tunnel 1952
Tunnel on former US 60
Derelict/abandoned

CN - East Dubuque Rail Tunnel (Jo Daviess County, Illinois)
Originally built by the Illinois Central Railway
Tunnel under hill with the north portal serving as the lead to east approach to the Dubuque Rail Bridge on CN (former IC) Railway
Open to traffic

CN - Tunnel #1 (Johnson County, Illinois)
Built 1928
Tunnel on CN (formerly IC) Railroad, northeast of Grantsburg
Open to traffic

CN - Tunnel #2 (Pope County, Illinois)
Built 1927
Tunnel on CN (formerly IC) Railroad near Abbot
Open to traffic

CN - Tunnel #3 (Pope County, Illinois)
Built 1928
Tunnel on CN (formerly IC) Railroad, southeast of Stonefort
Open to railroad traffic

CNTP - New Tunnel 22 (Morgan County, Tennessee)
Built in 1963 as part of the tunnel bypass program which replaced tunnels 22, 23 and 24 with new 22 and new 24 and built the Emory River Bridge between the two new tunnels. It was placed in service Nov. 12, 1962.
Tunnels through mountain on Railroad, approximately 40 - 50 trains per 24 hour period
Open to traffic

CNTP - Old Tunnel 22 (Morgan County, Tennessee)
Abandoned tunnel
Derelict/abandoned

CNTP - Tunnel 13 (Scott County, Tennessee)
Built 1877
Abandoned tunnel on Abandoned Railroad
Derelict/abandoned