trackside

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Etymology[edit]

track +‎ -side

Adjective[edit]

trackside (not comparable)

  1. Located to the side of a track, especially a racetrack or set of railroad tracks.
    • 2007 May 5, William Neuman, “Looking Back at 6 Decades of Subway Worker Deaths”, New York Times:
      Many workers were killed as they squeezed into a trackside niche or the narrow space between tracks to get out of the way of an oncoming train [] .

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