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  • Overhead lines — This article is about the transmission of electrical power to road and rail vehicles. For transmission of bulk electrical power to general consumers, see Electric power transmission. For powerlines mounted on pylons, see overhead power line.… …   Wikipedia

  • Overhead power line — This article is about power lines for general transmission of electrical power. For overhead lines used to power road and rail vehicles, see Overhead lines. Transmission lines in Lund, Sweden …   Wikipedia

  • overhead — o|ver|head1 [ˌəuvəˈhed US ˌouvər ] adv above your head or in the sky ▪ Bullets whizzed overhead. ▪ A plane flew overhead. >overhead adj ▪ overhead wires overhead 2 o|ver|head2 [ˈəuvəhed US ˈouvər ] n 1.) [U] AmE …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • overhead — 1 adverb above your head: A plane flew overhead | Bullets whizzed overhead. overhead adjective: overhead wires 2 noun 1 (singular) especially AmE also overheads (plural) especially BrE money spent regularly on rent, insurance, electricity, and… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Overhead cable — Pole carrying electricity, Cable TV, and telephone equipment (top to bottom), in New Zealand. Two pairs of shoes can be seen hanging from wires. An overhead cable is a cable for the transmission of information, laid on utility poles. Overhead… …   Wikipedia

  • Optical fiber composite overhead ground wire — (OPGW) is a type of cable that is used in the construction of electric power transmission and distribution lines. Such cable combines the functions of grounding and communications. An OPGW cable contains a tubular structure with one or more… …   Wikipedia

  • Third rail — For other uses, see Third rail (disambiguation). Third rail at the West Falls Church Metro station near Washington, D.C., electrified at 750 volts. The third rail is at the top of the image, with a white canopy above it. The two lower rails… …   Wikipedia

  • Trolleybus — A trolleybus (also known as trolley bus, trolley coach, trackless trolley, trackless tram or simply trolley) is an electric bus powered by two overhead wires, from which it draws electricity using two trolley poles. Two poles are required in… …   Wikipedia

  • DC Streetcar — For the historic streetcar system in Washington and Maryland, see Streetcars in Washington, D.C.. DC Streetcar An Inekon Trio streetcar to be used on the Anacostia line of the DC Streetcar system …   Wikipedia

  • Conduit current collection — Abandoned conduit trackage at the Kingsway Tramway Subway in London Conduit current collection is a system of electric current collection used by electric trams, where the power supply is carried in a channel under the roadway, rather than… …   Wikipedia

  • Shoe tossing — (or shoe flinging), the act of using shoes as improvised projectiles or weapons, is a constituent of a number of folk sports and practices. Today, it is commonly the act of throwing a pair of shoes onto telephone wires, powerlines, or other… …   Wikipedia

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