I know what these are in the language I speak, but I can't find what they are in English. 1. Railways with narrow tracks that were built in the 19th century for bigger amounts of cargo, but because of small loads usually worked with financial loss. 2. Ship transport that is a regular movement of ships with passengers or ships with cargo between certain ports and under a certain schedule and only dealt with conveyance of passengers at first. 3. Ship transport, which cargo turnover has decreased over the years as the amount of cargo for the ship transport in number 2 has continuously grown. 4. Type of carriage that consists of not doing trans-shipment and transporting the cargo right to the destination. 5. Barges, on where cars or buses are brought over the seas, when the building of the bridges or tunnels for the smooth movement of the type of carriage in number 4 is too expensive. 6. A principle that means to get the needed details, raw material or end production for manufacturing from the part of the world, where the relation between the quality and price is the most beneficial or profitable. 7. The second branch of meteorology, while the first branch is atmospheric physics. Is it operational meteorology? 8. The type of country or state that a society will become when it industrializes. Not industrial state or country.