railway line

  1. line that is the commercial organization responsible for operating a system of transportation for trains that pull passengers or freight
  2. the road consisting of railroad track and roadbed
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How To Use railway line In A Sentence

  • A typical railway line is mainly characterized by two main types of scenario: viaduct and embankment.
  • The railway line will soon reach to our town.
  • I live a little inland from the beach, across the railway line and through the forest. Times, Sunday Times
  • The woman walked past the sailing club and onto the disused railway line, where she saw a man on a bicycle in front of her.
  • It was a small room with a dormer window overlooking the railway line. TOY SHOP
  • Many of these trees are found alongside the many railway lines which cross the borough.
  • Fields around Horwich are flooded in places, and all along the railway line to Bolton acres of land are seen under water.
  • Only the 1,566-foot long viaduct carrying the railway line across Morecambe Bay holds its own against the incoming tide - very exciting to watch.
  • The railway line , due for closure, has been granted a six - month reprieve.
  • The railway line will soon reach to our town.
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