You remember, son, she left town two weeks ago by rail.
Until 1937, all travel to the town was by rail.
More than 7,000 people have made the trip this week by rail, an increase of over 100 percent.
You could easily travel both on water and by rail.
And the same night he started by rail on his return to Paris.
The transfer by rail took more time than was expected.
Until 1922, the only transportation into the area was by rail and water.
Most of the men traveled by rail, where they could.
The 1,000-mile trip takes four to six days by rail, military experts said.
Communication from State capital is very good by road and rail.