Rail Siding

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A track or set of tracks located next to a warehouse or facility, allowing for the direct loading and unloading of rail cars.

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What is Rail Siding?

Rail siding refers to a short section of railway track that is connected to a main railway line and leads to a loading or unloading area. Rail sidings are often used by businesses and industrial facilities to load and unload goods from rail cars and can help facilitate efficient rail transportation and logistics. 

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