Noun(1) a railroad depot in a theater of operations where military supplies are unloaded for distribution(2) the end of the completed track on an unfinished railway
(1) It had not seen regular use since the days when the Erie Railroad had its railhead above us in the area now occupied by the Newport development.(2) The closest railhead was hundreds of miles away and, in those early days of aviation, an air drop was out of the question.(3) The timber cutters in turn provided extra income for nearby farmers during lean times to transport it to Laura the nearest railhead .(4) Three CAT C - 46s arrived at the northeastern railhead of Udorn, Thailand, on 11 September to begin the airlift.(5) This was partially due to a lack of technology to concentrate the deeper unoxidized ores and the high cost of transportation to the nearest railhead .(6) This is because of the inefficiency of transporting heavy goods to a railhead to be loaded on to a train, only for the same expensive operation to be necessary when it is off-loaded at its destination.(7) From Delhi, the nearest railhead to Bandhavgarh is Umaria, 35 km away.(8) Meanwhile, the development of a railhead at Milford is likely to be delayed even further due to mounting opposition by local residents.(9) Located at a major railhead , the town was a wool center for the sheep growers in the region.(10) The little hill station of Kohima, north of Imphal and on the road to the important railhead of Dimapur, was encircled, but held out in an epic siege.(11) Cambrai was an important town as it contained a strategic railhead .(12) The train stays at the railhead for half an hour, leaving divers with the flexibility of choosing which train they would like to ride back to shore on.(13) He also hauled back freight from the isolated mountain communities to the railhead .(14) He had to endure a 27-mile ride in a springless wagon over rough roads to a railhead at Guiney Station.(15) Before the Kingston / Queenstown road was built goods were taken by steamer or by packhorse from the railhead at Kingston, and this track follows part of the old pack track.(16) It remained the railhead and a construction centre until 1933 when the link to the Main Trunk was opened.
(1) railhead :: skinnehovedet
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