coalyard

coalyard

(ˈkəʊlˌjɑːd)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) an enclosed or open area used for the storage of coal
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He came again to the slum districts, to avenues of saloons and cheap stores, with long dingy red factory buildings, and coalyards and railroad tracks; and then Jurgis lifted up his head and began to sniff the air like a startled animal--scenting the far-off odor of home.
The land, known locally the coalyard, has been vacant for a long time and previous proposals for student flats have been put forward.
It just so happened his old coalyard boss kept bees, and Scott was instantly smitten.
It began life as a coalyard, became a ballroom in the 1940s, then a snooker hall before being transformed into the Zanzibar super club.
Eagleeyed children can pick up a quiz sheet at station booking offices and take part in a fun 'I Spy' quiz during their journey and families can take a ride on the Coalyard Miniature Railway, open at Kidderminster, weather permitting.
Tenders are invited for Mechanized evacuation system from coalyard to marshalling yard through conveyor and wagon loading system at the marshalling yard.
Then the survivors are transferred to a savage PoW camp before being sent to a dockside coalyard and an even more brutal regime.
Associated Press correspondent Edward Kennedy described the lethal lava as a "moving burning coalyard.
Hails, a coalyard worker from Tynemouth, was convicted of manslaughter through diminished responsibility following a long trial in February 1975.
He climbed 20ft up a ladder - surviving several alarming slips - and disappeared into a nearby coalyard.
AN MILLIONAIRE American businessman has explained why he sold gipsies a former coalyard in Holywell for a dollar.