harbor line


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harbor line

[′här·bər ‚līn]
(civil engineering)
The line beyond which wharves and other structures cannot be extended.
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Eventually, the entire Pacific Harbor Line fleet will be replaced.
Caption(s): 1 The new Blue Harbor line fleshes out Jane Seymour's Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island collection -- the most successful part of the home program.
115) The court held that the setting of the harbor line was the "equivalent to a legislative declaration that navigation will not be straitened or obstructed by any such filing out," concluding that the harbor line "operates as a license or invitation to the riparian proprietor to fill or wharf out to that line.
Once completed, the project will benefit from its close proximity to New York City, as well as PATH, Liberty Harbor Line ferry, and light rail stations.
Since implementing RailConnect in 1998, the Pacific Harbor Line (PHL) has evolved from a manually-intensive structure to a cutting edge operation that auto-loads and auto-releases 100% of their forwarded traffic.
Peter Gilbertson, chairman of Anacostia Rail Holdings, Louisville & Indiana's parent company, said, "While we are going to miss Mike and are very grateful for his significant contributions as the senior executive at Pacific Harbor Line, Gulf Coast Switching and the L&I, we are pleased and fortunate to have John ready to take over as president.
4 km section of lowered road as well as a rail overpass on the Outer Harbor line.
DALLAS -- PNG Ventures (OTCBB: PNGX) announced a contract with Pacific Harbor Line to provide LNG for the Pacific Harbor Line locomotive fleet which serves the nation's leading container port, the Port of Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Harbor Line and its parent company Anacostia Rail Holdings (www.
which are served by BNSF, Union Pacific and Pacific Harbor Line.
LOS ANGELES and CLEVELAND, July 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Harbor Line, Inc.
April 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC) has named Pacific Harbor Line (www.