Multiple Units

Some articles on multiple units, multiple:

Südost Bayern Bahn - Operations
218 locomotives and Class 628 diesel multiple units ... by DB Regio Bayern using Class 628 diesel multiple units and Class 426 electric multiple units ...
London Underground Main Line Stock
... The District railway replaced all its carriages for electric multiple units, whereas the Metropolitan still used carriages on the outer suburban routes where an electric ... in 1900, but these were reformed into multiple units in 1902–03 ... and these conveyed passengers until replaced by A Stock multiple units in the early 1960s ...
London Underground Main Line Stock - The Metropolitan After Electrification
... Between 1906 and 1924 the Ashbury bogie stock were converted into electric multiple units, and most were withdrawn in 1939 after the Bakerloo line had been extended to Stanmore ... push-pull working, along with two three-car sets of bogie stock from the multiple units ... The Ashbury bogie stock and the Dreadnought coaches were replaced by A Stock electric multiple units the early 1960s ...
Hutt Valley Line - Operation - Passenger Services
... Full electrification saw duties shared between DM/D class multiple units and carriage trains hauled by ED and EW class electric locomotives, the latter ... In 1982-83 the EM/ET multiple units were introduced, taking over most services, so that the DM/D multiple units used on the line since 1953 were used only at peak times ...
Swiss Locomotive And Railcar Classification - The Updated Classification System - Structure
... locomotives 00 Steam locomotives 01 Electric locomotive 02 Electric railcars/multiple units 03 Diesel locomotives 07 Tractors 08 Snow ploughs 09 Special vehicles 1 Narrow gauge vehicles (Br. 4/4III Re 450 = planned Re 4/4V (Locomotive for Zürich S-Bahn) 5 Multiple units, motor coaches and railcars 50 Long distance multiple units 51 Multiple ...

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