Cargo

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The container terminal in port of Hamburg.
A British Post Office leter sorting van in Carlisle.
An obsoleat and abandoned British Rail G.U.V. type boxcar in Derby.

Cargo is the name people give to goods which they transport, using a ship, airplane, lorry (truck), train, spacecraft or other vehicle. The noun is most often used as not countable; people will talk about some cargo. Today, goods other than bulk cargo are usually packed in shipping containers, which are carried. A place which loads or unloads cargo is usually called a cargo terminal.

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