railroad siding

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Noun1.railroad siding - a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to passrailroad siding - a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass
railroad track, railway, railroad - a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track"
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25, 2017, when he was unloading a train hopper car at a railroad siding on Big Tree Road in Lakeville, Livingston County.
The Creswell-based McDougal Brothers mining and logging company is moving ahead with plans to build a railroad siding in west Eugene, potentially for hauling gravel and logs between the south Willamette Valley and the Oregon Coast.
A railroad siding came in at that point and was used to deliver product to McCandless Fuels.
The firm has a special permit application before the town's Zoning Commission to approve the construction of a railroad siding at the northeast end of O&G's Boardman Road property.
The bombs had been left on a pallet by a railroad siding, eventually growing over with weeds until rediscovered by the Woodbridge Historical Association.
Parked on a railroad siding, The Hagenbeck-Wallace circus train was waiting to switch over to a track that led to the nearby city of Hammond, where the circus was scheduled to perform.
The Exton railroad siding, adjacent to his community, is on the Canadian National Railway's main east-west line.
The current location of these facilities, with frontage on Shrewsbury Street and Albany Street along with a railroad siding, has long been considered attractive for a higher and better use.
A railroad siding is located next to the warehousing end of the building.
Ehrp says the new facility, which sits on a railroad siding capable of handling 115-car unit trains, is operated by a staff of four, compared to a workforce of nine that operated three older, smaller fertilizer plants, which have since been closed.
Lancaster started in 1876 as a railroad siding with a well and homes for railroad workers on the Southern Pacific tracks that were laid that year to Los Angeles, Gurba writes.
Over the years the plant was expanded and a manufacturing building was built over that sewer as was a railroad siding.

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