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Literary usage of Tracklaying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1901)
"tracklaying AND BALLASTING. Under the ordinary system of organization, ... Under either system, the engineer in charge of tracklaying runs in upon the ..."
2. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1897)
"tracklaying AND BALLASTING. The engineer in charge of tracklaying and ballasting has nothing to do •with the location, but merely follows along upon the ..."
3. Handbook of Cost Data for Contractors and Engineers: A Reference Book Giving by Halbert Powers Gillette (1910)
"There were 18 men and a foreman in the tracklaying gang; ... Cost of tracklaying with Machines. — tracklaying machines do not lay the track, ..."
4. Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers by Institution of Civil Engineers (London) (1901)
"The tracklaying force proper, including enginemen, numbered about sixty, and the speed of working was at the rate of 1000 feet per hour. ..."
5. Report in Reference to the Canadian Pacific Railway by Sandford Fleming (1879)
"GRADING, tracklaying, ETC. Fort William to English Siver, 113 miles. The grading and bridging is sufficiently completed between the above-named points to ..."
6. Report on Surveys and Preliminary Operations on the Canadian Pacific Railway by Sandford Fleming, Canada Dept. of Public Works (1877)
"tracklaying, 4e., Fort William to English River.) During the winter, tenders wete invited for the grading and bridging required on the section west from the ..."
7. The Elements of Railroading: A Series of Short Essays Reprinted from the by Charles Paine (1884)
"THE SELECTION OF MEN—FINAL LOCATION—TACT—ACCURATE NOTES — SPECIFICATIONS —OVERSEEING— FOUNDATIONS — tracklaying. The organization of the engineering party ..."
8. Railroad Structures and Estimates by John Wilson Orrock (1918)
"tracklaying. — There are numerous methods of laying track depending upon the ... tracklaying on a new line will entail a material yard to store the ties, ..."