Some articles on track, single, tracks, single track:
... Pennsylvania Railroad originally to allow thru-freight traffic access to the double-track Shellpot Branch from the four-track Philadelphia-Washington Mainline without crossing over any of the passenger-onl ... Consisting of a single grade-separated overpass bridge used by northbound NEC (that is, Amtrak intercity and Wilmington/Newark Line commuter trains (southbo ... South of Bellevue, the two electrified tracks reduce to a single track, but less than a mile after the reduction, a non-electrified track that becomes the Shellpot Branch splits back off the electrified single ...
... A single-track railway is where trains in both directions share the same track ... Single track is normally used on lesser-used rail lines, often branch lines, where the traffic density is not high enough to justify the cost of building ...
... The system consists of two lines, both single-track ... from Gare CFF to Flon stations, using its own separate to one side of a double-track tunnel ... The system is single track with a passing track at Montriond station to allow trains to meet (See photograph) ...
... the Weimar Republic, undertook to expand the single-track lines constructed in the 19th century ... of Baden and Bavaria, but also to use the Gäubahn, and therefore tracks owned by Württemberg ... between Stuttgart and Tuttlingen to be twin-tracked, and also to construct a single track connecting line to the station in Hattingen on the Black Forest Railway (Baden) ...
... there is not enough space for designated track ... Then after a hard right trams once again use a railway alignment to take the tracks to Beckenham Junction, although in this case it is not a ‘former’ railway ... with an opportunity to use the other half of the alignment to put in a single track line into Beckenham Junction ...
Famous quotes containing the words single track, track and/or single:
“It may seem strange that any road through such a wilderness should be passable, even in winter, when the snow is three or four feet deep, but at that season, wherever lumbering operations are actively carried on, teams are continually passing on the single track, and it becomes as smooth almost as a railway.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“What joy when the insouciant
armadillo glances at us and doesnt
quicken his trotting
across the track into the palm brush.
What is this joy? That no animal
falters, but knows what it must do?”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“My thought, whose murder yet is but fantastical,
Shakes so my single state of man,
That function is smothered in surmise,
And nothing is but what is not.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)