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an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire
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2
Machinery a fine adjustment that ensures correct function or alignment
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3
(in weaving) a weft yarn of two or more twisted strands of silk
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A freight train broke down at Cardiff Queen Street railway station, causing services to be stopped.
The centre will also incorporate a brighter pedestrian route from Moor Street Railway Station to High Street.
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Tara House would be constructed beside - and have an entrance to - Tara Street railway station at George's Quay.
Lehto tells the story of the 30-year-war waged by the City of Detroit against its street railway companies from 1892-1922.
Large fortunes were earned from the street railway business, making them ripe targets of bribe-seeking government officials whose award of a franchise to operate was the key to open the treasure chest.
The new development, which is designed to have a distinctive sloping roof, will be sited in Mariner Street, directly opposite Swansea's High Street Railway Station.
The van was hijacked and set a blaze at the Lake Street railway junction in the early hours.
With the Grand Central complex and New Street Railway Station, coupled with some stunning architecture both old and new, the canal area, the Bullring markets, the food with it's myriad cuisines from around the world, the museums - I could go on.
25 a day), the Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators (which achieved a nine-hour-day rule for its members), the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employees, the National Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the Steam and Hot Water Fitters and Helpers (which agitated for steam heating in all Worcester's public schools), the Molders Union and many others.
IWOULD be could givemy the lovely person who Marks & Spencer's the Lime Street railway weeks ago.