Passenger Coaches

Some articles on passenger coaches, coaches, passenger, passengers:

Historic Railway, Frankfurt - Rolling Stock - Passenger Coaches
... The society has a range of historic passenger coaches, including 13 eight-wheeled wagons of class Bm 234, a saloon car as well as twelve six-wheeled Class 3yg coaches ...
Rail Transport In Pakistan - China-Pakistan Links - General Cooperation
... The freight-passenger earnings comprise 50% of the railway's total revenue ... Pakistan Railways carries 65 million passengers annually and operates 228 mail, express and passenger trains daily ... and Export Corp for the manufacture of 175 new high-speed passenger coaches ...
List Of Palatine Locomotives And Railbuses - Railbuses
... Furthermore between 1897 and 1900 four four-wheeled passenger coaches – one with an additional centre axle - were converted provisionally to accumulator ... After the delivery of new wagons the passenger coaches were restored to their original state ... car for metre gauge, converted in 1903 to passenger coaches None III 1900 ... Bo g2t Accumulator car for metre gauge, retired in 1910 MC 3050, 5130 bis ca ...
VR Group - Rolling Stock - Carriages
... The wide Finnish loading gauge allows the passenger coaches to be considerably wider than most European passenger coaches ... these had been the mainstay of VR's passenger rolling stock ... VR has four types of locomotive hauled passenger coaches "Blue" carriages - popularly known as such due to their blue and light gray liveries ...
Indian Railways - Organisational Structure - Production Units
... such as CLW and DLW for electric and diesel locomotives ICF and RCF for passenger coaches are Production Units of Indian Railways ... Integral Coach Factory ICF 1952 Chennai Passenger coaches 6 ... Rail Coach Factory RCF 1986 Kapurthala Passenger coaches 7 ...

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