Church Hill Tunnel is an old Chesapeake and Ohio Railway tunnel, built in the early 1870s, which extends approximately 4,000 feet under the Church Hill section of Richmond, Virginia. On October 2, 1925, the tunnel collapsed on a work train, killing four and trapping steam locomotive 231 and 10 flat cars. Rescue efforts only resulted in further collapse, and the tunnel was eventually sealed for safety reasons.
The Church Hill Tunnel also has a connection to the urban legend of the Richmond Vampire.
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On August 12th 1862 the Confederate Army under the command of General John Hunt Morgan Destroyed part of this tunnel some reports say he crashed a Locomotive into a Barrier at the Tunnel resulting in an Explosion and Fires and some say he set train cars on fire filled with hay and pushed them into the Tunnel which burned the wooden trusses holding up part of the Tunnel and it caved in. This stopped the Union Army’s transport of Supplied for 98 days through the tunnels until they were repaired. There are Two Tunnels with a Short run between them in a valley and they still stand today and are in used by the Railroad. There is even talk of a ghostly lady in white that appears in pictures that are taken close by someone gave me a picture of a girl recently that has a ghostly figure behind it. I don’t know if it is real or not but does appear to be a Lady in White. You tell me???
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