freight liner

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Synonyms for freight liner

a long-distance express freight train between industrial centers and seaports with facilities for rapid loading and unloading of goods


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The train driver was described as 'shaken but not injured' by a Freight Liner spokeswoman.
A freight liner class 66 locomotive pulls ballast wag ons from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Llandudno Junction
The main differences between a Freight liner Sprinter and its European counterpart are confined to the grille, Freightliner emblem, and the "Powered by Mercedes Benz" badge on the front fender.
There has also been speculation that the boat was hit by a container which may have been one of three that fell off a freight liner travelling across to Ireland some time at the end of last year.
Neaton injection molds parts for Honda, Nissan, and Freight Liner trucks.
Sale Includes Freight liner Dump Truck, Dodge 1 ton truck, TCM Front End Loader.
TESTING: A freight liner class 66 locomotive pulls fully loaded ballast wag ons between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llandudno Junction
The opportunity to develop a Park and Ride facility at Rover Way was lost when the old Freight Liner terminal was sold off for housing.
There has also been speculation the boat collided with a container which may have been one of three that fell off a freight liner travelling to Ireland.
ACL has had the new ships on the drawing board for some time, but has waited for trading to improve on its transatlantic freight liner service from Royal Seaforth Dock, Bootle.
But activists said the site, close to the port of Garston and the freight liner terminal, was too close to new housing estates.
The coal train and freight liner collided as they were being moved into position in sidings at Liverpool South Parkway in Garston.
applications include designing and manufacturing systems for motor homes, commuter trains, aviation, ocean vessels, freight liners and buses.
Now I read in the ECHO that they are sulking about the PS35m that came from the Regional Growth Fund for the dredging of the Seaforth estuary that is needed to accommodate massive freight liners coming into the port.
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