marshalling yard


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marshalling yard

Railways a place or depot where railway wagons are shunted and made up into trains and where engines, carriages, etc., are kept when not in use
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In this case, African Minerals have specified HDPE for the rail marshalling yard in the knowledge that it is capable of delivering many years of reliable service in a very demanding environment.
Liam Byrne can speak for his Hodge Hill constituency, but he has no right to say where the marshalling yard will go.
The fuel will be transported from Kaemari terminal to Muzzafargarh, Nishatabad, Piran Ghaib and Lalpir with the rate ranging from Pipri Marshalling Yard and Bin Qasim Port to Muzaffargarh, Nishatabad, Piran Ghaib, Lalpir and Akhundabad, from Mehmood Kot to Chakpirana, Sihala and Tarujabba and from Attock Refinery, Morgah or Rawalpindi to Lalpir.
He said a committee hearing at the House of Commons heard that HS2 will create fewer jobs than suggested at a marshalling yard planned for Washwood Heath.
New York's Metropolitan Transport Authority placed the order for a marshalling yard and service facilities to be used by the local train operator Long Island Railroad.
In fact, the reality is that St Nicholas' Place and the cutting for the roadway will form the site of the marshalling yard.
As I understand it, the car marshalling yard and terminal will not actually encroach on the Pier Head site.
It can also manage operational, maintenance, motor vehicle and marshalling yard radio communications.
I can confirm that there are no plans from the Labour Party - and never have been any plans - to put the marshalling yard in North Warwickshire.
It happened in the Tyne Marshalling Yard off Smithy Lane, Lamesley, Gateshead, at around 2am.
We downloaded the ships and got the equipment to the marshalling yard," said Staff Sgt.