from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. On a railroad, a cast-iron socket at the corner of a car, used for the attachment of a chain or pushing-bar, to admit of moving the car by an engine on a parallel track, or of moving the car by horsepower. Also called pull-iron.
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