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This article, from the March 12, 1921 edition of ''Railway Review'', describes the Virginian Railway's project to enlarge five single-track tunnels on Clarks Gap hill to double-track width that began in 1918 by W. W. Boxley and Company, of Roanoke, Virginia. The project also involved the double-tracking of five steel viaducts. The articles features numerous photos showing the construction techniques employed during the project.   
 
This article, from the March 12, 1921 edition of ''Railway Review'', describes the Virginian Railway's project to enlarge five single-track tunnels on Clarks Gap hill to double-track width that began in 1918 by W. W. Boxley and Company, of Roanoke, Virginia. The project also involved the double-tracking of five steel viaducts. The articles features numerous photos showing the construction techniques employed during the project.   
  

Revision as of 20:21, 1 October 2012

This article, from the March 12, 1921 edition of Railway Review, describes the Virginian Railway's project to enlarge five single-track tunnels on Clarks Gap hill to double-track width that began in 1918 by W. W. Boxley and Company, of Roanoke, Virginia. The project also involved the double-tracking of five steel viaducts. The articles features numerous photos showing the construction techniques employed during the project.

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