Some articles on crossings, crossing, crossing section:
... Overhead line crossings of broad rivers and of straits, if the terrain on both sides is relatively even, frequently consist of four pylons two particularly substantial anchor pylons for bracing the ... the two carrying masts at both ends of the crossing are frequently equipped with flight safety lamps, and have stairways for easy access to the top ... Overhead line crossings of rivers and straits with spans of over 2 km are frequently prohibitively expensive to build and operate because of the danger of wind-induced ...
... The Donnellys Crossing Section (later the Donnellys Crossing Branch), also known as the Kaihu Valley Railway, was a railway line in Northland, New Zealand ... The name of the line is often given as the Donnelly's Crossing Section/Branch ... accurate, this is incorrect as the locality's name is officially recognised as Donnellys Crossing with no apostrophe ...
Famous quotes containing the words section and/or crossing:
“... all my letters are read. I like that. I usually put something in there that I would like the staff to see. If some of the staff are lazy and choose not to read the mail, I usually write on the envelope Legal Mail. This way it will surely be read. Its important that we educate everybody as we go along.”
—Jean Gump, U.S. pacifist. As quoted in The Great Divide, book 2, section 10, by Studs Terkel (1988)
“This is the Night Mail crossing the Border,
Bringing the cheque and the postal order,
Letters for the rich, letters for the poor,
The shop at the corner, the girl next door.”
—W.H. (Wystan Hugh)