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An article published in the Sept. 10, 1921 edition of ''Railway Age'' described the construction of a second track between Elmore and Clarks Gap by the Virginian Railway to relieve congestion on that section of the road. The project of double-tracking was first started in 1918. At the time the article was written the project was in its third stage. The double-tracking of five miles of mainline, the widening of five tunnels, and the widening of five high steel viaducts for an additional track still remained to be done.     
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An article published in the Sept. 10, 1921 edition of ''Railway Age'' described the construction of a second track between [http://www.wvexp.com/index.php/Elmore,_West_Virginia Elmore] and [http://www.wvexp.com/index.php/Clarks_Gap,_West_Virginia Clarks Gap] by the Virginian Railway to relieve congestion on that section of the road. The project of double-tracking was first started in 1918. At the time the article was written the project was in its third stage. The double-tracking of five miles of mainline, the widening of five tunnels, and the widening of five high steel viaducts for an additional track still remained to be done.     
  
 
Visit Google Books to [http://books.google.com/books?id=ugAjAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA487 download a PDF of this article].
 
Visit Google Books to [http://books.google.com/books?id=ugAjAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA487 download a PDF of this article].

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An article published in the Sept. 10, 1921 edition of Railway Age described the construction of a second track between Elmore and Clarks Gap by the Virginian Railway to relieve congestion on that section of the road. The project of double-tracking was first started in 1918. At the time the article was written the project was in its third stage. The double-tracking of five miles of mainline, the widening of five tunnels, and the widening of five high steel viaducts for an additional track still remained to be done.

Visit Google Books to download a PDF of this article.