Multiple working is a term used on the UK rail network to describe the practice of having more than one diesel or electric locomotive hauling a train under the control of one driver.
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... Multiple working was to the standard SR 27-wire system a design that ensured excellent compatibility ... work with other 33/1, 71, 74, most Southern Region electric multiple units and diesel electric multiple units built 1956-74 ... Being EP, class 73 multiple working was also possible with Blue Star coupling-coded mainline diesel locomotives of types 2, 3 and 4 - though such operational combinations ...
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... units built by British Rail were designed to use the BSI multiple working system, including members of the 14x Pacer and 15x Sprinter families ... that many Train Operating Companies use fleets with a number of incompatible multiple working systems ...
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