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marshalling yard

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarshalling yardˈmarshalling ˌyard noun [countable]  British EnglishTTR a place where railway wagons are brought together to form trains
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marshalling yardA silly old woman would be a menace in a marshalling yard.He had been there for an hour in the darkness of the abandoned marshalling yard in the outer suburbs of East Berlin.A striking example of rationalisation was the wholesale closure of the Severn Tunnel Junction marshalling yard complex in November 1987.
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