rip track
 n.— «The Rip Track, is railroad slang, for Repair Track. It really isn’t just one track but a series of tracks, that are refered to in the singular, rather than the plural term, for a particular place at the railroad, designed for repairing and maintaining, not only, that Railroads rolling stock, but all rolling stock that my be running through that location.» —“What is or was a Rip Track” by Walter Parks Journal, Stories of working on the Railroad Aug. 23, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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