⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'main-line railway' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a main-line railway | main-line railways
main-line railway
Fernbahn {f}
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Übersetzung für 'main-line railway' von Englisch nach Deutsch

main-line railway
Fernbahn {f}rail
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The nearest Underground station to Pudding Lane is Monument, a short distance to the west. The closest main-line railway stations are Fenchurch Street and Cannon Street.
  • The second bridge is more recent and build upon the piers of the original London, Chatham and Dover Railway (LCDR) main line railway bridge (the Chatham Main Line uses the South Eastern Railway's branch line's bridge).
  • The Coventry Canal and a series of eleven locks runs through the town, as does the West Coast Main Line railway.
  • The extension on the Main Line railway from Ipswich to Brisbane in 1875 isolated the strip of riverfront residences from the working-class houses in Milton and Paddington, and this contributed to the relative lack of development along the northern bank of the Milton Reach of the river in subsequent years.
  • The geography of Oldham constrained the development of major transport infrastructure, Oldham has never been on a main-line railway route, and canals too have only been able to serve it from a distance, meaning that "Oldham has never had a train service worthy of a town of its size".
  • The Palmerston North–Gisborne Line (PNGL) is a secondary main line railway that runs through the centre of Hastings (a planned feature unique to the city) and joins the North Island Main Trunk railway near Palmerston North.
  • The East Coast Main Line railway connecting London with Edinburgh traverses the vale from north to south and there are a number of east–west rail links to Leeds, Harrogate and Scarborough.
  • The Northern main line railway ("Norra Stambanan") follows to great extent Ljusnan through the municipality.
  • Christon Bank lies on the East Coast Main Line railway, and until 1965 was the site of a station.
  • Following nationalisation of the main line railway companies in 1948, it became part of British Railways (later British Rail).
  • Bideford's 13th-century Long Bridge was temporarily converted into a railway bridge to carry the locomotives and rolling stock onto the main line railway near Bideford Station.
  • Nearby Bonn is linked by both the Stadtbahn and main line railway trains, and occasional recreational boats on the Rhine.
  • The River Soar forms much of Quorn's eastern boundary with the village of Barrow upon Soar and captures Pilling's Lock and parts of the Grand Union Canal, Midland Main Line railway and A6 dual carriageway.
  • One of the major political issues addressed by Clark during his career concerned the Tasmanian Main Line Railway – a railway which connected Tasmania's two main cites, Hobart and Launceston.
  • The Highland Main Line railway line connects Perth to Inverness, and in the far west the West Highland Line criss-crosses the Perthshire-Argyllshire boundary.
  • It is connected to the city centre by metro and main line railway services.
  • The Underground uses several railways and alignments that were built by main-line railway companies.
  • Carmarthenshire is served by the main line railway service operated by Transport for Wales Rail which links London Paddington, [...] and [...] to southwest Wales.
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