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sea·train

 (sē′trān′)
n. Nautical
A seagoing vessel capable of carrying a train of railroad cars.

seatrain

(ˈsiːtˌreɪn)
n
a ship that can carry a train which contains cars
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bought up over 45-acres of the waterfront iri the early 80s when the bankrupt Seatrain Lines; Inc.
Meanwhile, drummer and vocalist Blumenfeld was a founder member of Blues Project (together with Al Kooper), The Former Members, San Francisco Nights and Seatrain.
(18.) In 1929 Seatrain lines had carried railroad boxcars on its ships to transport goods between New York and Cuba.
Seatrain lines carried goods in railroad boxcars between New York and Cuba in the 1930's.
he said that in case, the legislators failed to perform their constitutional obligation to pass the said important legislation within the time which allow the workers to from their Nation-wide Trade Union and Federations to promote their unity defeating the bases upon the ethnic and parochial & religious seatrain divisive forces, it would be termed as Anti Labour Act.
It is important to have a discussion with media on the seatrain of rules, and the most important is responsibility!
Rowan then ventured into the roots-jazz fusion band Seatrain before ending up in Old and in the Way (which reconvened with a few different players in 2002 as Old and in the Gray).
The last disc showcases the bands which largely constituted the City's second wave: Mother Earth, The Sons of Champlin, Flamin' Groovies, Seatrain, It's A Beautiful Day,--and-oddly--The Youngbloods and "Get Together." While imports, The Youngbloods were generally accorded citizenship status and were probably the most popular performing band of that time.
Prior to that, he was Vice President Pricing Asia Division for SeaTrain Lines.
Rowan has performed with Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, with David Grisman in the folk-rock band Earth Opera, with Richard Greene in the bluegrass-rock fusion group SeaTrain and in the bluegrass band Old & in the Way with Grisman, Jerry Garcia, Vassar Clements and John Kahn.
Rowan moved to San Francisco's Bay Area and joined the seminal Seatrain for two albums in 1970 and '71, before leaving to play with Jerry Garcia and David Grisman's bluegrass group Old & In The Way, also joining Grisman, Clarence White and Richard Greene in Muleskinner.
Seatrain wanted to provide minibridge [14] services from the U.S.