check rail

check rail

[′chek ‚rāl]
(building construction)
A rail, thicker than the window, that spans the opening between the top and bottom sash; usually beveled and rabbeted.
(civil engineering)

check rail

In a double-hung window, a horizontal meeting rail esp. one which overlaps the other meeting rail.
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Check rail company websites "Rail companies also publish details of delays and changes to schedules online and you can log on to driving organisations such as the RAC or the Highways Agency for the latest road conditions.
ARRIVA Trains Wales has urged U2 fans to check rail times before travelling.
Speaking anonymously he said: "There were loose bolts on the check rail which guides the train into the points and some bolts were seized with rust.
I also believe there were some loose ballast on the check rail which guides the train into the points, and some bolts were seized with rust.
I also believe there was some loose ballast on the check rail which guides the train into the points, and some bolts were seized with rust.
Mr Crow said that the rail worker, an RMT member, reported a problem with the check rail near the points and said the track was in a poor state.
Limited Tenders are invited for Laying Of Check Rail For Road Level Crossing In Concrete Pavement At 5 Id
Mr Crow said the worker, an RMT member, reported a problem with the check rail near the points and said the track was in a poor state.
5 52 Kg To Rdso Drawing Number T 4867 Conforming To Irs Specification Irs T 29 2016 For Cast Manganese Steel Crossings Complete With Single Coil Spring Washers Bolts And Nuts Of Different Sizes Cast Iron Distance Block Packing Pieces M S Tapered Washers And Check Rail Blocks Excluding Other Items Indicated In The Drawing.
Jarvis was attracted by Avonwood Developments' electronic condition monitoring technology that will enable maintenance teams to check rails at speed from a vehicle instead of walking down the line.