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Article from the June 20, 1913 edition of ''Railway Age Gazette'' providing details of the methods used in placing concrete lining in 18 mainline tunnels without interruption to rail traffic. Details of the work at the tunnel about 2 miles east of [http://www.wvexp.com/index.php/Princeton,_West_Virginia Princeton, WV] illustrates the methods used on all the jobs.
 
Article from the June 20, 1913 edition of ''Railway Age Gazette'' providing details of the methods used in placing concrete lining in 18 mainline tunnels without interruption to rail traffic. Details of the work at the tunnel about 2 miles east of [http://www.wvexp.com/index.php/Princeton,_West_Virginia Princeton, WV] illustrates the methods used on all the jobs.

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Tunnel Lining on the Virginian Railway

Article from the June 20, 1913 edition of Railway Age Gazette providing details of the methods used in placing concrete lining in 18 mainline tunnels without interruption to rail traffic. Details of the work at the tunnel about 2 miles east of Princeton, WV illustrates the methods used on all the jobs.

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