Main Line

  • (noun): The principal route of a transportation system.

Some articles on line, main line, main lines:

South Maitland Railway - Lines Worked By The SMR
... The first section of the line was opened to East Greta in 1893 ... This line was built by the East Greta Coal Mining Company to service their East Greta Colliery ... In 1901 the railway line was extended from East Greta to Stanford Merthyr Colliery which was also owned by the East Greta Company ...
Challow Railway Station - Bibliography
51.61222 -1.48872 Closed railway stations in Oxfordshire Great Western Main Line Challow Moulsford Shrivenham Steventon Uffington Wantage Road Didcot, Newbury and Southampton ...
Cedarhurst Cut-off - History
... Railroad was incorporated December 30, 1871 to build from the LIRR Main Line east of Jamaica south to Rockaway in competition with the South Side Railroad's Far Rockaway Branch ... In exchange for completing it, the LIRR agreed to lease the line on March 2, 1871 ... It opened from the Main Line south to Springfield Gardens on June 21, 1871, and to Mott Avenue in Far Rockaway on May 14, 1872 ...
Magic Roundabout (High Wycombe) - See Also
... Wycombe) Motorway service stations Beaconsfield Newport Pagnell Rail Main lines West Coast Main Line Chiltern Main Line Great Western Main Line Other ...
Shinonoi Line
... The Shinonoi Line (篠ノ井線, Shinonoi-sen?) is a railway line in Nagano Prefecture, Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) ... The line is a corridor between the Shinetsu Main Line and the Chūō Main Line ... All the limited express trains on the Shinonoi Line come from the Chūō Main Line Azusa and Super Azusa from Tokyo and Shinano from Nagoya ...

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