cap rail

cap rail

A rail, 1 fastened to the uppermost member of a railing system.
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The Government has promised to cap rail fare rises, with an increase of just one per cent next year, but a TUC-backed study said ticket prices have soared at three times the rate of wage increases in the last five years.
Freezing rail fares If you travel by train for your daily commute, Labour says it would cap rail fares for a year if it wins next month.
A Labour government will cap rail fare increases and look at all options to help hard pressed commuters.
To make work pay, we will expand free childcare for working parents - paid for by asking the banks to pay a bit more in tax - and cap rail fare rises.
So Mr Cameron, it is Tory to cap rail fares, but Marxist to cap fuel prices.
Mr Cameron also promised to cap rail fares next year, claiming it would save 250,000 season ticket holders PS45 a year on average over the next two years.
Thinking of adding some molding to your home but don't know a cap rail from a pilaster?
The bench's cap rail is made from mitered lengths of 2-by-8s, the backrest is faced with 1-by-4s, and the seat is made of 2-by-4s set side by side, like piano keys.
The inside has clean and simple lines: 1-by-4 cedar siding set between 4-by-4 posts that rise 6 inches higher than the siding to support a 2-by-6 cap rail.
Mary Creagh MP, Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, said last night: "David Cameron should tackle his Government's cost of living crisis and cap rail fare rises for struggling commuters, instead of obsessing about handing East Coast over to the private sector.
Curving sections of the cap rail were cut from 2-by-12 stock to keep the number of joint lines at a minimum.