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trackside

[trak-sahyd] /ˈtrækˌsaɪd/
adjective
1.
located next to a railroad track.
Origin
1885-1890
1885-90; track + side1
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  • Derby is rather new up here and few sit on the floor trackside.
  • Dining is available at the resort, at the hotel and trackside.
  • Railroad ballast and a rusty chain link fence encroach upon the trackside of the walk.
  • Access to the kitchen for loading and unloading provisions is available from the trackside entrance.
  • Further, the railroad's trackside coal dust emission monitoring system raises additional questions.
  • Use of dust collectors, trackside monitors, establishment of thresholds and train monitoring have been employed.

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