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track·side

 (trăk′sīd′)
n.
The area near a track, especially a racetrack.
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trackside

(ˈtrækˌsaɪd)
n
an area alongside a track
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Here he cast about for a comfortable seat, lighted on a big boulder under a birch by the trackside, sate down upon it with a very long, serious upper lip, and the sun now shining in upon us between two peaks, put his pocket-handkerchief over his cocked hat to shelter him.
Race-goers attending the Boodles May Festival (May 8-10) will be able to book a meal in a new restaurant with roof-top terrace next to the horse walk which also incorporates a modernised trackside public viewing area.
Senior asset engineer for Network Rail, Andy Lovett, said: "One of our trackside neighbours' tree contractors allowed a big section of tree to fall right where train passengers stand.
In addition to parade ring, grandstand and shopping village access, the lucky winner will have to access to the hub of the party atmosphere with exclusive bars, food outlets and unbelievable trackside viewing and will get up close to the action with views of the last fence and finishing straight!
Spectators are encouraged to bring folding chairs or other seating, especially if they plan on braving the trackside seating area.
Summary: Australian F1 driver joins ExxonMobil trackside team
A complete rollout of the project's trackside and onboard proof of concept will take place on ScotRail running services between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
LONDON Euston railway station reopened yesterday after being closed due to a trackside fire involving gas cylinders.
WEST Coast trains to London were halted for a time yesterday after a trackside fire involving gas cylinders.
WE WERE very disappointed to discover that Carlisle, where we have been regular attendees for a long time, has stopped the trackside parking, which was very popular and has been enjoyed for years, particularly by older folk, families and the disabled.
Edinburgh star Sam Masters was yesterday involved in a shocking trackside brawl during his Grand Prix debut in Australia.