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An article published in the January 1919 edition of Commercial America described the 2-10-10-2 Mallet steam locomotives that had built by the American Locomotive Company (ALSO) for the Virginian Railway that were to be used by the railroad as pusher engines on Clark's Gap grade.
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An article published in the January 1919 edition of Commercial America described the 2-10-10-2 Mallet steam locomotives that had built by the American Locomotive Company (ALSO) for the Virginian Railway that were to be used by the railroad as pusher engines on the [http://www.wvexp.com/index.php/Clarks_Gap,_West_Virginia Clark's Gap] grade.
  
 
Visit Google Books to [http://books.google.com/books?id=fdDmAAAAMAAJ&pg=RA3-PA31 download a PDF of this article].
 
Visit Google Books to [http://books.google.com/books?id=fdDmAAAAMAAJ&pg=RA3-PA31 download a PDF of this article].

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An article published in the January 1919 edition of Commercial America described the 2-10-10-2 Mallet steam locomotives that had built by the American Locomotive Company (ALSO) for the Virginian Railway that were to be used by the railroad as pusher engines on the Clark's Gap grade.

Visit Google Books to download a PDF of this article.