The after part of a gun carriage; the trail.
A connected line of cars or carriages on a railroad; -- called also railroad train.
At least two cars connected together.
P.T. Barnum used a train to move the circus from town to town; each Ringling Bros. circus train has about 53 cars
Series of cars connected together. Also referred to as 'Rolling Stock'.
A vehicle, seldom seen on railways, of little interest to Tube Challengers or passengers alike.
A line of tiles placed face up and laid end to end on the table. The term comes from the Trains family of domino games, following railroad terminology. I have found it handy and have used it in this book as a general term. See "Row".
The vehicle that carries the riders around the circuit. It is made up of nine cars and Superman has two trains: a red one and a blue one, each proudly displaying the Superman "S" logo on the front.
public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive; "express trains don't stop at Princeton Junction"
a high-speed electric unit which runs on urban and suburban commuter lines, with a large passenger transport capacity and frequent stops
a length of cloth that drags behind you so you need a small girl to carry it for you
a machine, but a railway company is also a machine
a motor vehicle," Lemkau said
a series of connected cars that run on railroad tracks and are led by a locomotive that is powered by steam, electricity or, most recently, diesel power
a series of connected railroad cars being pulled or pushed by one or more locomotive engines
a series of vehicles that can be dragged by a locomotive or can be self-propelled
a set of coupled land- vehicles (or sometimes just one) with flanged wheels which run on a railway
a string of three two-ton cars
One or more engines coupled with or without rail cars. Train Detection Systems - See Active Warning Device Circuitry. Trespasser - Any person who is on railroad property used in railroad operation and whose presence is prohibited, forbidden, or unlawful. A person on a highway-rail grade crossing is not to be classified as a trespasser unless the crossing is equipped with gates, or other similar barriers that were closed when the person went on the crossing, or unless the person attempted to pass over, under, or between cars or locomotives occupying the crossing.
An engine with or without cars, displaying a marker.
A line of men having sex, where each man anally penetrates the man in front of him, connecting together like the cars of a train.
A train is a vehicle that travels on the railways. It is made up of a locomotive and a number of passenger carriages or goods wagons. The train locomotive provides the power to pull the train.
A series of cars connected together.
In rail transport, a train consists of rail vehicles that move along guides to transport freight or passengers from one place to another. The guideway (permanent way) usually consists of conventional rail tracks, but might also be monorail or maglev. Propulsion for the train is provided by a separate locomotive, or from individual motors in self-propelled multiple units.
A roller coaster train describes the vehicle(s) which transports passengers around a roller coaster's circuit. More specifically, a roller coaster train is made up of two or more "cars" which are connected by some sort of specialized joint. It is called a "train" due to its resemblance of a locomotive where multiple units (cars) are joined together and act as one entity.