As the place is without an inhabitant, so it is without a trackway.
It was, moreover, the regular emporium of the tin trade (see p. 36), and a British trackway thus led to it.
A British trackway, communicating with Cadbury Camp, is said to have here crossed the river by a ford.
The load is carried along a trackway consisting of a single span of suspended cable, which covers a comparatively short distance.
The trackway or rail rope rests upon saddles of iron or hard wood on the tops of terminal supports, usually known as towers.
Eustacia bounded into the vehicle and sat on the stool, ensconced from view on the side towards the trackway.
One of the Cossacks came with us, according to his orders; the other stayed with the horses and their owners in the trackway.
The adventurers took their weapons, and crept through the scrub to the trackway "to hear the bells."
They lie on the edge of an old Roman trackway, well defined, which extends along the watershed between Thames and Avon.
But in the history of our modern railways the trackway, or the rail-way proper, comes first.