Definition of "railyard" [railyard]

  • A group of connected railroad tracks used for storing and sorting railroad equipment. (noun)

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Use "railyard" in a sentence
  • "Ratner has offered the MTA tens of millions of dollars in added inducements such as railyard improvements to persuade the nation's largest mass transit system to sell him the property."
  • "I was reading it after it first came out and an army buddy asked about it - he'd worked on the railroad, and he recognized the railyard key hanging from Cassady's belt in the cover photo."
  • "We jolted to a stop, an attendant pried the door half open, and we stumbled out into a high-ceilinged, man-made chamber that housed a railyard for miniature ore trains."