gutt rails

Dutch translation: strijkregel

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English term or phrase:gutt rails
Dutch translation:strijkregel
Entered by: Willemina Hagenauw

08:34 May 9, 2007
English to Dutch translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Transport / Transportation / Shipping / spoorwegen
English term or phrase: gutt rails
Gutt rails are apparently a part of a railway track. In particular this is the case by crossovers etc. I do not have a lot of context.
Fig. 10 shows the support members and gutt rails of Fig. 9.
This figure is a side view of possible/optional gutt rail deflecting means for use with a gutt rail of the turnout.

Any trainspotters out there?
Willemina Hagenauw
Local time: 02:51
strijkregel
Explanation:
Although the term "guard rail" is used more often than gutt rails.
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René Knoop
Local time: 03:51
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Hartelijk dank!

Willemina
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strijkregel


Explanation:
Although the term "guard rail" is used more often than gutt rails.



    Reference: http://www.denhaagtekijk.nl/randstadrail-Ri59N/Spoorweg%20on...
René Knoop
Local time: 03:51
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Hartelijk dank!

Willemina
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