Goods wagon


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a freight car [Eng.] See the Note under Car, n., 2.

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Retired police officer Hilda Blythin died after stepping into the path of a heavy goods wagon outside her home in Tannery Court, Abergele.
I abandoned instructions from the Sat Nav and followed a heavy goods wagon, that seemed to know where it was going, and we rejoined the correct route after a long diversion.
1759, with tender, three carriages and a goods wagon which sold for pounds 2,600
The refugees were found inside a freezing cold metal goods wagon at Rugby, Warwickshire, after pounding on the walls begging to be released.
In addition, there is almost every type of goods wagon that could be imagined, many being sold in lots of 10, while unboxed wagons are in large lots.
It is only when there is a heavy goods wagon that you feel it.
And it is surprisingly quiet - it's only when there's a heavy goods wagon that you feel it.
And, after tackling jobs ranging from cutting down overgrown shrubs to building fencing, the area now boasts an embankment slide, a wooden train complete with engine, carriage and goods wagon, a seesaw, four picnic benches, two seating benches and five pixie seats.
5 tonne goods wagon slammed into the back of a motorcyclist when it slowed for traffic, causing the rider serious injuries.
I've been told the driver of the goods wagon was unharmed, so it's lucky that nobody was injured in the incident and it happened at such an early time in the morning when there was nobody around.
Then the cheering turned to a loud groan because the train that thundered passed wasn't their train but a goods wagon.
TWO boys survived eight days trapped in a railway goods wagon by drinking its cargo of stale beer.