Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington Railway

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The Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington Railway was a 19th-century railway company in the U.S. state of Kentucky. It operated from 1877, when it absorbed the failed Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington Railroad, until 1881, when it was purchased by the Louisville and Nashville network. Its former rights-of-way currently form parts of the class-I CSX Transportation system.

The line was responsible for the establishment of Wilder, Kentucky.

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