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“Eight new cars carried passengers down Metro-North Railroad's New Haven line Tuesday, the beginning of a long-delayed replacement of most of the line's aging fleet of rolling stock.”
“The line's old cars have contributed to a rough winter for New Haven line passengers.”
“The rail line's cheerleaders claim that this investment will tackle England's North-South divide, helping the Midlands and the North catch up to wealthier London and the Southeast.”
“When Royal Caribbean ships visit the cruise line's private beach in Labadie, Haiti, suite passengers flash special gold-colored cards to gain access to a separate stretch of sand with cabanas.”
“C é line's peacoats are a nod to wartime duds, when fabric production was limited to sturdy, military materials.”
“C é line's peacoats and Prada's gray dresses are luxurious relations to wartime duds, when fabric production was limited to sturdy, military materials and women borrowed their husband's clothes while they charged the battlefields of Western Europe.”
“The timing of the Nov. 2 election puts O'Malley's light rail plan in a precarious position, as Maryland transit planners finalize their initial proposal to seek federal funding for at least half of a light rail line's estimated $1.68 billion in construction costs.”
“But isn't such a turnstile approach bad for the line's cohesion?”
“Additional orders from Iraq or Oman might extend the production line's longevity.”
“On Friday, Mr. Pouliquen said Casco's equipment couldn't have caused the crash because the line's operator wasn't using the signaling equipment Casco supplied.”
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