Trains

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Vadodara Railway Station - Station's History
6 acts as a terminus for some passenger and MEMU trains and facilitates reversing of some trains like 9309/9310 Shanti Express,Gujarat Sampark Kranti etc ... An average of 81 trains inclusive of freight trains pass through the station every day ...
Inner Circle Railway Line - History - Freight Only
... After 1948 the Fitzroy line was used almost exclusively for freight trains ... The overhead wiring for electric trains was dismantled in 1961 ... Only the feeders needed for Epping (now South Morang) line trains, and for shunting at the Royal Park end, were retained ...
Eurotunnel
... The Company operates the car shuttle services and earns revenue on other trains (freight by DB Schenker and passenger services by Eurostar) passing through the tunnel ... Train operation consists of operating shuttle trains conveying cars and separate trains conveying heavy goods vehicles between the two terminals ... Other trains passing through Eurotunnel infrastructure are operated by the respective owners ...
Yankee Cannonball - Rolling Stock
... The Yankee Cannonball has two trains, but only one runs at a time ... per car, for a total of 18 riders per train ... The trains were built by Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters ...
Wembley Central Station - Services
... of tracks and the combination of the confined space and through trains passing at speed on platforms 3 through 6 (the main line platforms) create a wind tunnel effect which can be dangerous for ... of the day and entrance is only allowed when trains are due, generally the Southern services, which use platforms 5 and 6 (on the slow main line) ... Gate into these platforms open 10 minutes before the train is expected to arrive ...

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    Ever notice how these European trains always smell of eau de cologne and hard boiled eggs?
    Billy Wilder (b. 1906)

    To write weekly, to write daily, to write shortly, to write for busy people catching trains in the morning or for tired people coming home in the evening, is a heartbreaking task for men who know good writing from bad. They do it, but instinctively draw out of harm’s way anything precious that might be damaged by contact with the public, or anything sharp that might irritate its skin.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    Every American travelling in England gets his own individual sport out of the toy passenger and freight trains and the tiny locomotives, with their faint, indignant, tiny whistle. Especially in western England one wonders how the business of a nation can possibly be carried on by means so insufficient.
    Willa Cather (1876–1947)