1. an area having a network of railway tracks and sidings for storage and maintenance of cars and engines
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How To Use railyard In A Sentence

  • Just as he plans a railyard robbery with Bronco, he enters into a touching relationship with the 15-year-old Irene, whose father is serving time for armed robbery. Bronco Bullfrog
  • Carting along her son and her big 4x5 camera, with its heavy tripod and stacks of sheet film, Kurland has climbed mountains and braved railyard guards to follow and document her "Gypsy American nomads," as she describes the people she's photographed. Photographer Justine Kurland on a road trip with her son, capturing life along the rails
  • The plat contained expansive grounds for parks, a railroad right-of-way, and railyards.
  • Ratner has offered the MTA tens of millions of dollars in added inducements such as railyard improvements to persuade the nation's largest mass transit system to sell him the property. USATODAY.com - Roundup: Nets closer to N.Y. move; Voskuhl traded
  • Only by redefining the "project" as the arena, related infrastructure, and the railyard, with a cost of $1.448 billion -- and attaching the railyard to already funded components -- does the risk to investors seem diminished. Norman Oder: Green Cards for Sale? Atlantic Yards Backers Seek Chinese Investors
  • Max Whittaker/Prime for The Wall Street Journal Locomotive inspector Juan Schulz, examining a locomotive at a railyard in Roseville, Calif., has worked at Union Pacific for 17 years. Help Wanted: In Unexpected Twist, Some Skilled Jobs Go Begging
  • Firm CEO Bruce Ratner told the Wall Street Journal the money would be used a new railyard (which the developer is obligated to build) and perhaps to pay off a land loan. Norman Oder: Green Cards for Sale? Atlantic Yards Backers Seek Chinese Investors
  • The "project" also involves already-funded infrastructure and a yet-to-be built railyard. Norman Oder: Anatomy of a Green Card Pitch: In China, Atlantic Yards Backers Rely on the Distraction of Basketball
  • It sparked the redevelopment of the station, the railyards and warehouses into loft apartments, restaurants and microbreweries. Times, Sunday Times
  • We jolted to a stop, an attendant pried the door half open, and we stumbled out into a high-ceilinged, man-made chamber that housed a railyard for miniature ore trains. Space Odyssey: Scientists go to the extremes of the earth to divine the secrets of extraterrestrial life.
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