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Coal that yields volatile waste matter when heated, also known as “soft coal.”
One who holds himself out to the general public to transport property and passengers, intrastate, interstate or in foreign commerce, for compensation.
Goods being moved from one place to another by transportation lines.
A schedule containing matter relative to transportation movements, rates, rules, and regulations.
A storehouse composed of bins into which grain in bulk is stored.
Link and Pin Coupler
An old type of connection between cars which employed a link and pin arrangement.
The primary written documentation of every freight shipment that forms the basis for railroad freight revenue accounts.