carbarn

carbarn

(ˈkɑːˌbɑːn)
n
a streetcar depot

car•barn

(ˈkɑrˌbɑrn)

n.
a large building for the housing and maintenance of streetcars, railroad cars, or buses.
[1865–70]
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The Callowhill Garage, which was originally constructed as a trolley carbarn, is ill equipped to support the needs of a modern bus fleet.
Those with some--but less robustly demonstrated--antidepressant action include lithium, divalproex, and carbarn azepine.
This photo was taken in 1905 when the first trams came trundling out of the carbarn at the end of High Street.
UNEMPLOYED (Race 3) could outstay his rivals with a clear run while CARBARNS ZICO (Race 4) can lead by halfway.
And that was a great final when you think he beat home Carbarns Tom, who won the next year, Lorrys Options, Droopys Zach, Kinda Easy and Crown Rover.
The church served about 25 Irish families in a South Side neighborhood known as Carville, named for the Illinois Central Railroad carbarns where most of the residents were employed.
Neil Carbarns, the trust's head of infection control, said, 'The reductions we are seeing now are the result of these initiatives.
Iona Carbarns as his distressed, near suicidal daughter, and Anne Marie Timoney as the meddlesome, man-hating therapist with a dark secret also make a strong impression.
Lynn Carbarns phoned police to report her three-month-old Fiat Punto stolen from outside her home.
THE first two runnings of Doncaster's Yorkshire St Leger delivered surprise winners in Capel Smiley (33-1) and Carbarns Tom (8-1), but it was the favourite's turn this year, when Lonely Boy (6-4) put up a fine performance to land the pounds 8,000 purse in 41.
Race 2) Carbarns Gem will have time to build up a nice lead but classy WALSALL JESS can improve again.
True she may be vulnerable in the latter stages, but this competition has a habit of throwing up unexpected results - Capel Smiley winning at 33-1 in 2009 and Carbarns Tom scoring at 7-1 last year - and another 14.