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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELEVATED RAILWAY

They climb the steps of the elevated railway trains, and crowd them, and cram the cars until they fairly bulge.

The Elevated Railway is worked by means of what is known to engineers as an "endless rope."

About this time the elevated railway system was adopted in New York City.

Then the Stockholm man takes his new friend to a station to travel on the elevated railway through New York.

Getting on to the elevated railway, he was soon speeding in the direction of Central Park.

Carleton, the engineer and statesman, believed that neither a subway nor an elevated railway would solve the problem.

Should there be an elevated railway, or a new avenue opened through the midst of the city?

The tireless vigour of the throng, the ubiquitous rush of the Elevated Railway confused him.

One of the stand-by "strikes" was a bill for reducing the elevated railway fare, which at that time was ten cents, to five cents.

The elevated railway has already been tried to a limited extent, but is not regarded with much favor by the citizens.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ELEVATED RAILWAY

elevated railroad

nounrailway system operating above roads
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