railyard


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Synonyms for railyard

an area having a network of railway tracks and sidings for storage and maintenance of cars and engines

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The first phase of the project brings free wireless connectivity to the historic Iron Horse Park, at the centre of the new Railyard district and home to Lincoln's Haymarket Farmers Market.
In June 2011 California's South Coast Air Quality Management District announced the launch of a two-year study on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railyard in San Bernardino, a major transportation hub for the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex.
Star rating: UNSTOPPABLE (12A) In a Pennsylvania railyard, Dewey jumps off a freight train to race ahead and change a set of points.
Unite operates a portfolio of student accommodation across the UK, including sites in Liverpool at Cambridge Court, Capital Gate, Cedar House, Larch House, Lennon Studios, The Railyard and its 13-storey Grand Central complex, next to Lime Street station, which is primarily home to 1,210 Liverpool John Moores university students.
White light strafes the railyard as freight trains churn and click past burned-out tanneries, car yoked to car.
Wynkoop Brewing's first foray into packaged beer since the late 1990s, the beer of choice this time is Railyard Ale; the vessel is the humble aluminum can.
The former railyard once known as The Cornfield opened downtown Saturday as the city's newest urban park.
Among the ills cited by trainmen: 84 percent said railyard access was not secure on the day they took the survey; 96 percent said there was no visible rail police presence in the yard.
According to UPR, 98 of the new clean railyard locomotives, known as "Generator-Set" switchers, will be manufactured by RailPower Technologies Corporation.
At the moment it's a disused railyard and, like Stratford, the buzzword is regeneration.
It offers easy access to the freeways and a container railyard, both of which are very favorable for distribution, and a high-quality labor force.
Ghost Train reveals the story of the EuroStar trains which cost millions of pounds and are now rotting in a railyard in Warwickshire.
Overlooking a working railyard, the lodge was built in 1939 by the Great Northern Railway.
Westmeath champs Athlone should have it easy enough against Railyard from Kilkenny and in the big match Sarsfields of Kildare take on O'Hanrahan's, who beat Leinster kingpins Eire Og in the Carlow county final.
In May of 1995, at the nadir of economic collapse sparked by peso devaluation, residents of a down-at-the-heels Monterey railyard colony stopped a freight train and broke open boxcars filled with imported corn.