bullhead rail

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English[edit]

A cross-section of flat-bottomed and bullhead rail

Noun[edit]

bullhead rail (plural bullhead rails)

  1. (rail transport) A rail, most commonly used in the United Kingdom, with a head and foot nearly equal in cross-section, that is supported in cast iron chairs and secured by wedges or keys.

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