This building houses "Old Smoky," a steam locomotive owned by R.J. Corman Railroad Co. The building is mentioned in documents accompanying a federal lawsuit that the company filed against Lexington Center Corp.
This building houses "Old Smoky," a steam locomotive owned by R.J. Corman Railroad Co. The building is mentioned in documents accompanying a federal lawsuit that the company filed against Lexington Center Corp. Lexington Herald-Leader
This building houses "Old Smoky," a steam locomotive owned by R.J. Corman Railroad Co. The building is mentioned in documents accompanying a federal lawsuit that the company filed against Lexington Center Corp. Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington Center Corp. asks judge to rule in dispute with R.J. Corman Railroad

June 28, 2013 4:31 PM

More Videos

  • Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn

    Fugitive lawyer Eric C. Conn was convicted in a fraud scheme that could have cost the government more than $550 million in Social Security payments. Here's how the onetime king of Eastern Kentucky disability cases ended up on the FBI's most-wanted list.