No one of the multitude of transverse railways, on whose junctions it had counted, crossed its right-of-way before 1850.
You can show it to any guard, who will, on seeing it, give you the right-of-way.
The right-of-way of the railroad still showed distinctly, in spite of the fact that ties and rails had long since vanished.
The boss thinks that he will get out and stir his feet for a minute on the right-of-way.
The right-of-way for the line was entirely donated by the adjoining property-holders.
What I wanted to get at was whether or not you had right-of-way, not way.
And here, I might remark, that there is no such thing as a right-of-way for the footfarer on either street or sidewalk.
They could not pass it on the river, and Archer would not yield his right-of-way at Moores Rapids.
Previously, an agent of the railroad company had bartered through, securing a right-of-way.
Few besides the farm people of Abergann use the right-of-way path, and unlikely any of them being on it at that hour.