Quickly they got out boards and trestles from the side walls and set them up near the fire.
One bore a white cloth embroidered at the edges with figures of animals; others bore on their broad backs trays with bowls and platters and knives and wooden spoons, which the dogs took and quickly laid on the trestle tables.
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Mother was so nervous, she bathed— into the trestle table while curtsying.
Gail Carson Levine -- Ella Enchanted
On the way back home, they were on board when the P & W had its famous crash, when the motorman was drunk and took the high trestle over the Schuylkill River at sixty miles an hour, and the whole kaboodle took a swan dive into the water.