n. last stop of railroad; final point or end; boundary or border
After we reached the railroad terminus, we continued our journey into the wilderness on saddle horses.
Sentence in Classic:
The destination of the proposed railroad, Tennessee and the West, was clear and definite, but its beginning point in Georgia was somewhat uncertain until, a year later, an engineer drove a stake in the red clay to mark the southern end of the line, and Atlanta, born Terminus, had begun.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context