rerail

rerail

(riːˈreɪl)
vb (tr)
(Railways) to put (a train etc that has been derailed) back on a railway line
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We also agreed to bilaterally reinstate our ambassadors shortly." Cavusoglu further noted: "I have also invited my Dutch counterpart to visit Turkey in efforts to determine roadmap that would rerail our relations to its initial state and to reestablish the dialogue and trust between the two countries." Relations between the two countries plunged ahead of the April 16 presidential referendum in Turkey, when Dutch authorities canceled the flight permit of a plane carrying Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on March 11.
They said operation to rerail the bogies and clear the track was underway.
Engineers worked overnight and managed to rerail the train by 4am with repair work on the track taking place until the line reopened at 8.45am.
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"We've been able to rerail our bilateral relationship with India, and now India presents a good opportunity."
Meanwhile Railtrack announced that it plans to rerail about 20 miles of track this weekend - bringing even more delays.
Railtrack undertook to rerail 20 miles of track over the weekend and said work was progressing well.
The loco, although derailed in a remote location, was rerailed that evening." The company operates two services, one from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Porthmadog and the other from Porthmadog to Caernarfon.
They say that the upper section of the tramway was blocked until the trams were separated and tram 6 'rerailed'.
Major engineering work is due to take place at 21 sites across the country this weekend as 50 miles of track are rerailed, causing further delays.