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A classification yard (American and Canadian English) or marshalling yard (British, Hong Kong, Indian, Australian and Canadian English) is a railway yard found at some freight train stations, used to separate railway cars onto one of several tracks. In many European countries …

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  • classification yard: definition ofclassification yard

    classification yard: definition ofclassification yard

    A classification yard (American and Canadian English) or marshalling yard (including hump yards) (British, Indian English and Canadian English) is a railroad yard found at some freight train stations, used to separate railroad cars on to one of several tracks. First …

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  • norfolk southern to idle its sixthhump, atyardin macon

    norfolk southern to idle its sixthhump, atyardin macon

    By pre-blocking more traffic at origin and focusing on block-swapping en route, NS has siphoned switching volume out of its hump yard network. The reduced volume at some classification yards means it’s more efficient to convert the hump yards to flat-switching facilities

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  • hump classification yards? |o gauge railroading on line forum

    hump classification yards? |o gauge railroading on line forum

    I remember as a kid my dad bringing me up to the "Hump" tower to watch the cars go over one-by-one and then classified to the various tracks. I believe the classification yard was/is 80 tracks wide (a number I remember my dad mentioning every now and then)

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  • bailey yard - golden spike tower

    bailey yard - golden spike tower

    Union Pacific’s Bailey Yard in North Platte, Nebraska is the largest railroad classification yard in the world. Named in honor of former Union Pacific President Edd H. Bailey, the massive yard covers 2,850 acres, reaching a total length of eight miles. The yard is located in the midst of key east-west and north-south corridors, on the busiest freight rail line in America, making it a critical component of Union Pacific’s …

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  • largest classification yards?

    largest classification yards?

    Author: CR4114. Bellevue will NOT be the largest yard after the expansion...Bailey Yard will still hold that title as it has 114 class tracks between its two humps, while Bellevue will have 80 in its one hump. This will make Bellevue the Largest SINGLE hump yard at least in North America if not the world

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  • model railroad yard

    model railroad yard

    Classification Yard This is where the railcars are sorted and the trains are made. The cars are usually sorted according to waybills which allow the workers to know which cars will need to be dropped off first, then second, then third, and so on depending on their destinations and the route of the train

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  • railroad yardsin north america: history and operation

    railroad yardsin north america: history and operation

    To keep the freight cars properly sorted yards either use a designated locomotive (known as a switch engine or yard goat), a "hump" which is an inclined plane that allows the cars to then roll down hill onto the appropriate sorting track, or a combination of both. Of course, not all railroad yard are massive classification facilities

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  • hump yard providence-google sites

    hump yard providence-google sites

    the northup avenue classification yard in rhode island The area between Branch Avenue in Providence and Woodlawn in Pawtucket was the site of a major railroad freight classification yard. This

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  • selkirk yard-trainweb.org

    selkirk yard-trainweb.org

    Classification Yard-Hump End The classification yard consists of 70 tracks. In the design of the yard, space was left to permit the construction of 20 additional tracks, if necessary. The shortest track will hold 37 cars and the longest, 70 cars

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  • union pacific baileyyard- visit north platte

    union pacific baileyyard- visit north platte

    Union Pacific Railroad’s Bailey Yard in North Platte, Nebraska, is the largest railroad classification yard in the world. It was named in honor of former Union Pacific President Edd H. Bailey. This massive yard covers 2,850 acres, reaching a total length of eight miles, well beyond the borders of North Platte, a community of 25,000 citizens

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  • wikizero -classification yard

    wikizero -classification yard

    Most hump yards are single yards with one classification bowl, but some, mostly very large, hump yards have two of them, one for each direction, thus are double yards, such as the Maschen, Antwerp, Clearing, and Bailey yards. According to the PRRT&HS PRR Chronology, the first hump yard in the United States was opened May 11, 1903 as part of the Altoona Yards at Bells Mills (East Altoona)

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  • hump yard| article abouthump yardby the free dictionary

    hump yard| article abouthump yardby the free dictionary

    A hump yard is an artificially elevated area within a classification yard where the force of gravity is used to move rail cars along a network of marshaling tracks. A typical example consists of an approach section, the top of the hump, and the release area, which branches out into dozens of marshaling tracks

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  • intellitrans rail 101: chapter 3

    intellitrans rail 101: chapter 3

    A classification yard is a railroad yard used to organize railcars by destination. The cars are sent through a series of switches called a "ladder" on to classification tracks. Larger yards tend to put the track on an artificially built hill called a hump to use the force of gravity to propel the cars through the ladder

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  • norfolk southern to idle its sixthhump, atyardin macon

    norfolk southern to idle its sixthhump, atyardin macon

    By pre-blocking more traffic at origin and focusing on block-swapping en route, NS has siphoned switching volume out of its hump yard network. The reduced volume at some classification yards means it’s more efficient to convert the hump yards to flat-switching facilities

    Read More
  • selkirk yard-trainweb.org

    selkirk yard-trainweb.org

    Classification Yard-Hump End. The classification yard consists of 70 tracks. In the design of the yard, space was left to permit the construction of 20 additional tracks, if necessary. The shortest track will hold 37 cars and the longest, 70 cars. Tracks are divided into seven groups of …

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  • largest classification yards?

    largest classification yards?

    Author: CR4114. Bellevue will NOT be the largest yard after the expansion...Bailey Yard will still hold that title as it has 114 class tracks between its two humps, while Bellevue will have 80 in its one hump. This will make Bellevue the Largest SINGLE hump yard at least in North America if not the world

    Read More
  • hump yardshigh resolution stock photography and images

    hump yardshigh resolution stock photography and images

    The yardis a hump yard when the grades are introduced by constructedearthwork, the topography not permitting natural grades. Suchyards may be humped at both ends, providing only forwardmovement for trains in both directions. The receidng tracks ofone set will be higher than the opposite advance tracks of theother set. Probably a better way is to put the hump in the centerof the yard, the same

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