Definitions for rolling stock
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the wheeled vehicles of a railroad, including locomotives, freight cars, and passenger cars.
Origin of rolling stock:
collection of wheeled vehicles owned by a railroad or motor carrier
collective term for all vehicles that move on a railway, powered or unpowered.
Rolling Stock was a newspaper of ideas and a chronicle of the 1980s published in Boulder, Colorado by Ed Dorn and Jennifer Dunbar Dorn. The paper had a regional motif, but featured correspondents covering the world, including Woody Haut on Labor, John Daley on Law, Roger Echo-Hawk on Native American Affairs, Nick Sedgwick on Golf, Stan Brakhage on Film, Jane Brakhage on Lump Gulch, Dick Dillof in Montana, Lucía Berlin in California, Tom Raworth, London & Cambridge, Fielding Dawson, New York; Jeremy Prynne, English Letters, Marilyn Krysl in China, James Inskeep, Southern Colorado, Tom Clark, Southern California, and Bob Lewis, Akron, Ohio & Abroad. Graphics were regularly supplied by Tom Clark, John Dunbar and Ann Mikolowski among many others.
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