rerailing

rerailing

(riːˈreɪlɪŋ)
n
(Railways) the replacement of existing rails on a railway line
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Timetable : ARTC commenced rerailing works in August 2012 and completed in June 2013.
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.
2, 1995, IDEX acquired LUKAS Hydraulik GmbH, a German manufacturer of rescue tools, railroad rerailing systems, and other hydraulic devices.
Tenders are invited for Spare Of Hydraulic Jack Seal Kit Rerailing Equipment He5348 Bemco Make.
Elsewhere, sentiment was firmly against railways' operator Railtrack, amid continuing worries about the cost of its rerailing and Christmas repair programme.
LUKAS is a leading European manufacturer of emergency rescue tools, railroad rerailing equipment and specialty hydraulic devices.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Hydraulic Jack With Mechanical Traverse For Rerailing Rail Equipment At Ukai Tps.
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.
The independent input rerailing and derailing the two-way platform must be guaranteed to existing crossings and on the open road.