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This is westbound on I-64 approaching the US 127 exit near Frankfort, which can be seen in the background. This is one of the first sections of the interstate which opened in Kentucky in the early 1960s and has a tunnel-like feel to it because of the verticality of the rock cuts. The two carriageways each pass through similar rock cuts in this area. This section is prone to rockfalls because the cuts were not benched and have weathered since they were done.