track|side

track|side «TRAK SYD», noun, adjective.
–n.
the area adjacent to a railway track: »

Dozens of commuters were leaping out of their trains on to the trackside and walking to the nearest station (London Times).

–adj.
of, having to do with, or located on the trackside: »

a trackside rail, trackside equipment.


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