train shed

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train shed

[′trān ‚shed]
(civil engineering)
A structure to protect trains from weather.
The part of a railroad station that covers the tracks.
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While it can be argued that Waterloo International in 1993 represented an extreme refinement of Victorian trainshed technology at the interlinked glasshouses of Eden wrapped around the sides of a former china clay pit things have moved on.
Most tracks in the trainshed and the floor supporting them are being removed to open the space from the old passenger concourse to the roof.