On March 11, 2020 CSX Transportation, CSXT 844 GE ES44AH leads a manifest train north over the viaduct to the Ohio river bridge into Henderson, Kentucky from Evansville, Indiana on the Henderson Subdivision.

The original viaduct was constructed in 1885 by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and in 1932 the current viaduct was constructed and is 12,123 feet long, the bridge over the Ohio River taking up 648 feet of that distance. 

The span over the Ohio River was designed and built to be used as a double track and the approach pier has a block puzzle design for interlocking the existing pier to the new pier to allow a second approach. 

However, the second approach was never built, and I was told by a CSX employee that the track on the bridge is too close for the harmony rocking of the trains.