Definition of milk train in English:

milk train

Line breaks: milk train

noun

A train that runs very early in the morning to transport milk but also carries passengers: punctual arrival meant rising in the small hours to catch the milk train
More example sentences
  • After one successful outing at Wakefield he celebrated with a meal at the hotel and then caught the milk train back to York.
  • The milk train was traveling at around 40 miles per hour when it hit the plow at the front of the 823.
  • In 1958 a federal order stopped the flow of Vermont milk into New York, and the milk trains eventually disappeared.

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