railroad

[ reyl-rohd ]SEE DEFINITION OF railroad

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAILROAD

"We'd better go to the railroad depot, Mr. Dunham," he said.

My reasons for not wanting to go to the railroad to work were good.

I feared rough usage at the railroad, and rougher associations.

I was given a letter to Leadbitter, and immediately started on foot for the railroad.

Here is a Railroad Accident, such as you have often wished to see.

The railroad can do it, to restrain its employees from striking.

"You said the railroad," grumbled the man who had spoken before.

We tore to the railroad depot, but the train was just going out.

And they sed, "Wall, Mr. Hoskins, we're surveyin' fer the railroad."

She remembered that a railroad, leading to Canada, ran between Springton and the lake.

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