The head-light showed his face to be bloodless and horror-stricken.
Good illumination is necessary, and for this reason a head-light should be used.
The head-light was as big as a dog-kennel, and the steering-wheel was a yard across.
But the stern-light of a ship that sails before you is a head-light to you.
Before me in the distance appeared the head-light of an engine.
That body was accordingly organized, on the fourth day of July, 1876, by Mrs. Eddy and six of her head-light reflectors.
They are the number of the locomotive repeated on the head-light, in order that it may be seen at night.
A Newport member asks what numbers on the head-light of a locomotive indicate.
At night you may see the head-light of an engine fifteen miles away, like a low star that you wonder does not rise.
He could see what that fireman and engineer of 44 would see through the rain-drops in the glare from the head-light.