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The ruling gradient here is 1 in 37 which requires the use of bankers.
The proposed line would be two miles and three quarters long with a ruling gradient of 1 in 50.
From there the line climbed steadily to Callander at a ruling gradient of 1 in 127.
The later railway along the route of the tramway has ruling gradients of 1 in 50.
Crossing the grain of the terrain, the line incorporated considerable gradients: the ruling gradient was 1 in 106.
A new connection is proposed, conforming to the ruling gradient and curvature of the rest of the route.
The line fell all the way from Moniaive to the main line; the ruling gradient for ascending trains was 1 in 80.
The line climbed more or less continuously from Hexham to Riccarton; the ruling gradient was 1 in 100.
The constructions and extra track would effectively double the length of the climb and reduce the ruling gradient to 2.2%.
However this would have introduced a ruling gradient of 1 in 60 on the line, at the Wolfhall/Grafton spur.
From there the line fell at the same ruling gradient as far as the terminus at Lochty.
The ruling gradient governs the tonnage of the load that the locomotive can haul reliably.
Even though the line is being built through a mountainous region, a ruling gradient of 1% has been set to provide a safe, smooth and reliable journey.
The ruling gradient was 1 in 40, rising almost continuously to Princetown, with short-radius curves, making locomotive operation difficult.
The line was chosen for testing the unit because the stations were well spaced and the 1 in 70 ruling gradients would require substantial discharge rates.
The falling gradient the other side had a ruling gradient of 1 in 47, although with some short sections of gentler climb.
Beyond Coonoor, up to the last station at Ooty or Oottacamund, the track has a ruling gradient of 1:23.
The steepest part of the line is between Puryŏng and Ch'angp'yŏng, where the ruling gradient is over 20 .
The ruling gradient of a section of railway line between two major stations is the gradient of the steepest stretch.
The carefully engineered ruling gradient soon disappears beneath, as we guessed, dumped material left from the construction of the motorway, but typical railway fence-posts still remain.
By mid-2010 an additional half a mile of track had been brought into use, with a very steep ascending and descending ruling gradients of 1 in 28.
The railway lines needs to climb at a steady ruling gradient from Kyogle to the summit at a tunnel at the border between the two states.
The line falls briefly from Muirhouse North Junction, but climbs at a ruling gradient of 1 in 70 to Mount Florida.
The line climbed at 1 in 67 from Scotsgap to a summit at Longwitton, then falling on the same ruling gradient to Rothbury.
The Victorian Railways Commissioners recommended considerably more powerful locomotives to haul trains of up to eleven cars unassisted over the ruling gradients on these lines.
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