Railcar means a railway vehicle designed to provide, either directly through its own wheels or indirectly through the wheels of other railway vehicles, the motive power for propelling itself, and is specifically designed to carry goods or passengers, or both goods and passengers, and is not a locomotive;
Railcar means an item of railroad rolling stock, together with (i) any and all replacements or substitutions thereof, (ii) any and all tangible components thereof and (iii) any and all related appliances, Parts, accessories, appurtenances, accessions, additions, improvements to and replacements from time to time incorporated or installed in any item thereof.
Examples of Railcar in a sentence
DLR was £4.2m underspent for the quarter due to the late concession close on the London City Airport extension (£0.9m), Railcar refurbishment (£2.6m) due to the late signing of the contract which resulted from delays in receiving new railcars, and infrastructure/re-railing projects (£1.4m) due to re-scheduling of works.
More Definitions of Railcar
Railcar means all railroad rolling stock, including, without limitation, all coal, timber, plastic pellet, tank, xxxxxx, flat and box cars and locomotives.
Railcar means a covered xxxxxx car, tank car, boxcar, flat car or other railcar or unit of railroad rolling stock (other than a locomotive), including (i) any and all Parts relating thereto and (ii) any Replacement Railcars and any and all Parts relating thereto, together with any and all accessions, additions, improvements and replacements from time to time incorporated or installed in any item thereof and together with all options, warranties, service contracts, program services, test rights, maintenance rights, support rights, improvement rights and indemnifications relating to any of the foregoing.
Railcar means, except as otherwise provided in the Accounting Plan, each railroad freight car, locomotive, caboose or other equipment (including RoadRailer or comparable bimodal freight hauling equipment in the account of either Operator) furnished in substitution of railroad equipment, loaded or empty, which an Operator originates, terminates, switches or moves on or overhead to any Shared Assets, except that (i) a single standard flat car not exceeding 96 feet in length (excluding articulated flat cars) shall count as a single Railcar, (ii) freight rail cars consisting of articulated units bearing AAR Car Type Codes "Q" and "S" shall count as multiple Railcars based on the second (numeric) digit of the Car Type Code for such articulated units (by way of example, a car consisting of AAR Car Type Code "S566" would be counted as five Railcars) (or corresponding car type codes and digits if the AAR Car Type Codes should be modified at any time during the term of this Agreement), and (iii) a single unit of RoadRailer equipment (or comparable bimodal freight hauling equipment in the account of either Operator) shall count as one-half (1/2) of a Railcar.
Railcar means a new or used railcar not more than 25 years old in serviceable condition owned by the Borrower and suitable for an Eligible Railcar Lease.
Railcar means, except as otherwise provided in the Accounting Plan, each railroad freight car, locomotive, caboose or other
Railcar means a unit train railcar and/or a manifest railcar, as the particular context or situation requires.