broad gauge definition

  • noun:
    • A distance between your rails of a railroad track which more than the conventional width of 56 1/2 inches (143.5 centimeters).
    • A locomotive, car, or railroad type of this measure.
    • A railway gauge (length involving the two lines) which higher than the typical measure (frequently quoted as 56 ins)
    • a railroad track (or its width) wider compared to the standard 56.5 inches
    • A distance between your rails of a railroad track which higher than the standard width of 56 1/2 inches (143.5 centimeters).
    • A locomotive, car, or railroad type of this measure.
    • A railway gauge (distance between the two outlines) which more than the typical measure (usually quoted as 56 ins)
    • a railroad track (or its width) wider compared to the standard 56.5 ins
  • others:
    • A wider length between the rails than the “standard” measure of four foot eight inches . 5. See measure.
    • A wider length between the rails versus “standard” gauge of four legs eight inches and a half. See gauge.

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