Origin of broad-gauge
Definition for broad-gauge (2 of 3)
Origin of broad gauge
Definition for broad-gauge (3 of 3)
verb (used with object), gauged, gaug·ing.
Origin of gauge
Examples from the Web for broad-gauge
The extensions of the broad-gauge companies are, it is estimated, to cost 9,000 per mile for track and stations alone.
Locomotive and atmospheric lines, broad-gauge and narrow-gauge lines, were granted without hesitation.Lives of the Engineers|Samuel Smiles
On the express trains they have large American engines and the broad-gauge tracks.Through the South Seas with Jack London|Martin Johnson
Although the smallest of the broad-gauge lines, it is a very wealthy concern, and has 1,305 miles of track.
From Belamedik we proceeded to Bosanti, where, in those days, the broad-gauge line ended and the narrow-gauge line began.Eastern Nights - and Flights|Alan Bott