Origin of trackway
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As the place is without an inhabitant, so it is without a trackway.A Changed Man and Other Tales
It was, moreover, the regular emporium of the tin trade (see p. 36), and a British trackway thus led to it.Early Britain--Roman Britain
A British trackway, communicating with Cadbury Camp, is said to have here crossed the river by a ford.Somerset
G.W. Wade and J.H. Wade
The load is carried along a trackway consisting of a single span of suspended cable, which covers a comparatively short distance.
The trackway or rail rope rests upon saddles of iron or hard wood on the tops of terminal supports, usually known as towers.