working rail


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fly rail, pinrail, working rail

In a theater stagehouse, a railing on the stage side of the fly floor; used for tying off lines when scenery is hauled into the flies.
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But Speyer also hinted at why his firm might have gotten cold feet on the multibillion-dollar project to build millions of square feet of commercial and residential space on top of the working rail yards--a titanic development that many real estate experts said would be difficult to finance and fill in the current economic downturn.
Tenders are invited for construction of single room cum barrack with electrification for working rail mahila constable in the campus of barauni railway station in the district of begusarai
It will include scale buildings, working rail platforms and crossings, traffic lights and intersections - elements likely to be encountered by children, pedestrians and cyclists.
63 hectares, which was part of Townsville s former working rail yards.
He climbed the ladder of the working rails, becoming a conductor and later, supervisor, while earning a history degree from Washburn University in Topeka.