rerailing

rerailing

(riːˈreɪlɪŋ)
n
(Railways) the replacement of existing rails on a railway line
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He said that the restoration work of rerailing the coaches is going on and inconvenience caused is regretted (ANI)
THE PRIVATE sector operator of the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) in Metro Manila will start a rerailing project this April, in line with a P10 billion rehabilitation plan over the next two years that will result in smoother and more efficient rides for passengers.
Network Rail helped supervise the rerailing of the train which disrupted services yesterday afternoon as other trains were diverted.
More than 8,000 workers spent Christmas and New Year rerailing and replacing points.
Rerailing works are also taking place from Kilsby Tunnel, just south of Rugby, to Hanslop Junction, south of Milton Keynes.
Elsewhere, sentiment was firmly against railways' operator Railtrack, amid continuing worries about the cost of its rerailing and Christmas repair programme.
Railtrack, which had seen its shares slip amid continuing worries about the cost of its rerailing programme in the wake of the Hatfield crash, closed up four per cent, or 351/1p at 925p.
Railtrack was rerailing stretches near Glasgow, Dumfries, Penrith, Warrington, Carlisle, Kettering, Luton, Chelmsford, Reading, Haslemere, Orpington in Kent and in north and east London.