bootleg
 v.— «As the railcars were about to turn around to head back to Strasburg, a commuter train en route to Lancaster and Harrisburg whooshed by on adjacent tracks about 100 feet away.…Narcoa members risk expulsion if they “bootleg,” or trespass on rails without the owner’s permission.» —“Putt-Putting Along the Rails” by Dave Caldwell New York Times Aug. 8, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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