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- adj. Describing a railway line that is used only by freight trains
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AND the transition to freight-only and away from now-money-losing passenger (anyone else here heard of “Amtrack”?) rail.
If we want to help freight, build a dedicated freight right-of-way, such as a freight-only lane on the waterfront.
The Sutton Coldfield Observer makes it clear that the trains would make use of the freight-only line that runs through Sutton Park.
The airport is a bold move: a freight-only shipping center that is seen as the first in a globe-girdling network.
Whatever happened to the plan to build a curfew-free freight-only airport at Parkes to fly the produce from the plains rapidly into the markets in
As far as I can tell, only Tulsa's interurban lines -- Sand Springs and Tulsa-Sapulpa Union (originally the Oklahoma Union Traction Ry.) -- remain in operation, as freight-only short lines.
Replace the weight-mile tax with electronic freight-only tolling of all state highways.