There was no level ground at the Kaltbad station; the railbed
was as steep as a roof; I was curious to see how the stop was going to be managed.
The book's first two chapters discuss the river as an Aboriginal portage route, a source of fertile soils, clay, and mechanical energy for settlers, as well as a waste sink and railbed
for a rapidly industrializing city.
They already have a railbed
so put down the track for a few grand and let's get the railway working for next to nothing.
Washouts, sabotage, bridge destruction, and railbed
degradation ruled out the primary use of railroads for heavy force insertion into the contested province.
Chabot said trees and brush from the 66-foot right-of-way will be cleared this winter, and once the frost is out of the ground in the spring, the railbed
will be rebuilt as needed, and ties and rails will be laid from the Quabaug Corp.
The railroad itself was a miracle of engineering for its day; its first section crossed the "Million Dollar Bridge" just outside of Cordova and traced the Miles Glacier, where the railbed
had to be rebuilt constantly as the glacier moved slowly but steadily downhill.
The federal investigative committee said the bomb exploded with the force of 200 grammes of TNT at most, and left a metre-wide crater on the railbed
but did not damage the engine.
Escape by individual moose occurred mostly where a discontinuity in the habitat/ setting adjacent to the railbed
was encountered (e.
The hope is that these will be reconstructed for the benefit of hikers, skiers, bikers and railway buffs who come from afar to admire the matchless scenery along the railbed
Hike and bike on a railbed
used during dam construction.
1953), a railbed
was weakened by water; in Illinois Merchant's Trust, 4 BTA 103 (1926), pilings rotted--and in this case, asbestos fireproofing became friable over time from exposure to air.
Robinson walks along the future railbed
and explains what is yet to come.