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What is tf/shift an acronym for, such as with rail ballast (rock)

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John Reeves
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I can only think of tonage foot - but that makes no sense?  I was an estimator at one point & checked google, I am at a loss.

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John Reeves
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Oh, Track Foot, figured it out, thanks in advance.