Westbound sentence example

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  • The construction of a breakwater was undertaken in 1907 by the United States government at Cape Vincent to form a harbour where westbound vessels can shelter from storm before crossing the lake.
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  • Large numbers of eastbound coal trains from the mountains and westbound "empties" returning to the mines stop here; and the cars of these trains are classified here and new trains made up. Locomotives and cars are sent to Altoona to be repaired from all over the Pennsylvania railway system E.
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  • The westbound demolition trains in 1968/9 were hauled by class 24 diesel locomotives with diesel shunters being used on eastbound trains.
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  • The westbound bus stop service is now located within the new lay-by, on the northwest side of the Floral Clock Gardens.
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  • Head westbound, till you reach J25 and take A10 southbound toward Enfield.
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  • From the M27 westbound, come off at Junction 13.
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  • westbound carriageway was also reduced to single file at the same point.
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  • westbound platform, still very visible from passing trains.
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  • westbound traffic to avoid the town center.
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  • westbound train is passing the signal box at Hadfield Station.
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  • westbound direction only, about ¼ mile past Windmill pub in Carrington village.
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  • westbound track.
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  • Gatwick Airport - From M23, take Junction 8 / 7 onto the M25 traveling westbound.
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  • At this point, it changes its southbound direction to head westbound instead toward New Milton.
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  • going westbound, take Junction 17 A82 - Great Western Road.
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  • The scheme will provide a guaranteed westbound overtaking opportunity over a length of 375 meters.
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  • Roadworks continue in George Street which is still closed westbound to through traffic.
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  • From the M27 Westbound, come off at Junction 13.
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  • The westbound carriageway was also reduced to single file at the same point.
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  • The sheltered part of the westbound platform, still very visible from passing trains.
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  • The first bypass, " New Road " was built in 1837 to allow westbound traffic to avoid the town center.
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  • This westbound train is passing the signal box at Hadfield Station.
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  • Also 1 camera further W in westbound direction only, about ¼ mile past Windmill pub in Carrington village.
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  • The train in the photo is on the new westbound track.
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  • Going Westbound, take Junction 17 A82 - Great Western Road.
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  • Westbound: This westbound cruise leaves from Barcelona, Spain.
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  • Westbound Transatlantic: Another westbound option from Royal Caribbean leaves from Palma De Mallorca in Spain.
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