The rail line is over a century old and in such situation that one can travel only 5 miles an hour, which takes the operator nearly half of a shift to move the cars 18 miles from the switch yard in Swedesboro to Salem, along with the time it takes to load and unload cars.
What does SY stand for?
SY stands for Switch Yard
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We have 5 other meanings of SY in our Acronym Attic
- See You/Ya
- Shoulder Yaw (robotics)
- Shrewsbury (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Sonic Youth (band)
- South Yorkshire
- Square Yard
- Staff Year
- Strudwick & Young Ltd.
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One of the roads would from Osho village to Matlitan, which will provide access from power house to Switch Yard while the second will provide access to the outer of the power tunnel.
According to the details, on 18 July, 2009, heavy thunder storm damaged the lightening arresters of switch yard in GUDDU power house, resulting into tripping of power transformers, PEPCO spokesman said.
However, Michael Meagher, racing manager to owner Trevor Hemmings, was quick to point out there was nothing sinister behind the decision to switch yards, saying he hoped a change of scenery may work the oracle for Chives, who has failed to get his head in front since winning a novice chase at Wincanton in February 2002.
The main features of Mangla Hydroelectric Power Extension Project are: Construction of Unit Bay where power generating units would be located, Loading Bayan area for erection and maintenance of turbines and generators, concrete and steel lining of 1600 feet long, 30 feet diameter tunnel, construction of alternate access to Power Station, extension of existing switch yard, construction of 294 residential quarters along with amenities buildings.
He said on July 18, heavy thunderstorm damaged the lightening arresters of switch yard in Guddu power house, resulting into tripping of power transformers.