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  • At one point in northern Greece we had to de-train and march via a detour to re-join another train, on account of a demolished bridge that we ourselves had blown up – and the guards were none too gentle with laggards!

    Alan Glass

  • And I do appreciate the resolve that those drivers, who many of had to de-train trains, pull into stations and wait.

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2005

  • Also, I realized that unless I de-train myself to write about every single moment in my life, I will spend almost no time living it.

    hamletwildie Diary Entry

  • This caused no small amount of confusion as approx 80 people had to gather their personal belongings and "de-train" at the same time.


  • A young man vandalized a train out of revenge after he was asked to de-train for riding without a ticket.


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