Thesaurus / main line
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Another aim is to divert traffic from the Pennsylvania Railroad, which does a large suburban business along its main line.
If you locate near the "Big Woods" on the main line west of Minneapolis, you will have timber near at hand.
THE SEAT OF EMPIRECHARLES CARLETON COFFIN
The main line through to the Pacific coast was now in operation, and the entire system amounted to about 2300 miles of road.
The main line, in addition to the regular traffic, had been pounded all night with government stores and ammunition, westbound.
THE DAUGHTER OF A MAGNATEFRANK H. SPEARMAN
In the edge of the timber was the enemy's main line of battle, behind piles of rails and logs.
The company do not hold their lands along the branch at so high a figure as on the main line.
THE SEAT OF EMPIRECHARLES CARLETON COFFIN
Pre-eminent, chief, main line; Cardinal line is the principal line to make calculations or measurements from.
The former comes from Bodmin Road where it joins the main line, and continues also to Wadebridge.
CORNWALLG. E. MITTON
Johnstown is situated on the main line of the Pennsylvania railroad, seventy-five miles east of Pittsburgh.
By detaching right and left the stream was forced and the enemy flanked and speedily driven within the main line.

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