Mixed gauge refers to a railway line with more than two running rails, enabling trains designed for more than one track-gauge to use the line.
Ref: 123967/2006-10-18

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Gauge (Gauge is in meteorology, a general term for any ...)

You have no rights to post comments

Related Articles

Gauge ■■■■
Gauge is in meteorology, a general term for any device that measures, strength of wind, pressure, and . . . Read More
Railroad ■■■■
Rail transport is a means of conveyance of passengers and goods, by way of wheeled vehicles running on . . . Read More
Gauge trip ■■■
Gauge trip means running of a gauge on tubing or slickline to verify casing dimensions. Ref: 123861/2006-09-26 . . . Read More
Rail at environment-database.eu■■■
A Rail includes "heavy" and "light" transit Rail. Heavy transit Rail is characterized by exclusive rights-of-way, . . . Read More
Rail ■■■
In the industrial or industry context, "rail" refers to a horizontal bar, typically made of metal, that . . . Read More
Gauge joint ■■
Gauge joint is described as the heaviest-wall casing section of the string, usually located just below . . . Read More
Gauge ring ■■
Gauge ring is defined as a cylindrical metal ring used to guide, and centralize, packers or tools inside . . . Read More
Container terminal ■■
Container terminal refers to an assigned area in which large metallic box designed to hold many smaller . . . Read More
Train ■■
Train is referring to one or more engines coupled with or without rail cars; - - See also:; "Train" . . . Read More
Warning device ■■
Warning devices refer to signs, signals, markings, and devices placed along highways approaching and . . . Read More