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track

the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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THE lives of rail passengers were put at risk by Teesside vandals who placed two sleepers across the tracks and destroyed a pounds 20,000 signal box in a mindless wrecking spree.
Former company director Kevin Craswell, 48, was heard snoring as he lay sprawled across the tracks with his feet just inches from the live rail.
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Avenue J was closed to traffic across the tracks for more than three hours, although Metrolink trains were able to get by on a parallel track.
The warning came after a train was damaged, and the network left in chaos yesterday, when vital signalling cables were ripped out and left stretched across the tracks.
So I say why would you go across the tracks in front of a 400 tonne train?
Here, the TGV tracks run at ground level, perhaps limiting the opportunity for the expression of routes and changes of level that characterized the other stations, but there is still drama to be had in the glass bridges slung at upper level across the tracks and mezzanine level waiting areas, that offer good opportunities for people watching.
the carriages of the crashed Bangalaore Express train lay strewn across the tracks 155 miles south of Hyderbad, in India
In addition, during morning and afternoon peak-hours, commuters will be reminded not to walk across the tracks at Overbrook Station.
Police say the yobs had run across the tracks to launch the vicious unprovoked attack, which lasted several minutes.
Operator Nexus revealed the court action in the wake of a recent tragedy in which a man lost his legs after falling asleep while lying across the tracks.