Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Passenger Terminal
The National City Bank building in Ashland, KY, was once the passenger terminal for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. The front of the bank and other items around it point to its former railroad heritage. Photo by Brian Milem, July 2008.
A close-up of the front of the building, indicating its former owner. Photo by Brian Milem, July 2008.
At the back of the bank, the passenger platform covers are evident, and even used as awnings for covered parking! To the extreme left (and out of the picture), the platform covers house the drive-thru banking lanes. Photo by Brian Milem, July 2008.
At least the bank still preserves a former passenger car on their lot. If you were to take away the automobiles and parking lot, and add some rails, this could be a scene from the days when passenger trains ran on the C&O. Photo by Brian Milem, July 2008.
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