Diesel Multiple Unit

A diesel multiple unit or DMU is a multiple unit train consisting of multiple carriages powered by one or more on-board diesel engines. They may also be referred to as a railcar or railmotor, depending on country.

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List Of British Rail Diesel Multiple Unit Classes
... This is a list of British Rail diesel multiple-unit train classes ... For a historical overview of diesel multiple-unit train development in Great Britain, see British railcars and diesel multiple units ...
London Midland - Rolling Stock - Current Fleet
... Town Branch Line 2008 Class 150/1 Sprinter diesel multiple unit 3 ... Marston Vale Line Birmingham – Hereford 1984–1987 Class 153 Super Sprinter diesel multiple ...
Commuter (Iarnród Éireann) - Rolling Stock
... routes Class Image Type Top speed Number Routes operated Built mph km/h 2600 Class diesel multiple unit 8 ... Mallow-Cork-Cobh Mallow-Tralee (Sundays only) Cobh-Midleton 2800 ... Class diesel ... The introduction of the new 22000 Class units on InterCity services will allow the 2800 Class and 29000 Class units currently used to be cascaded to ...
Metro Cammell - Products
... EMU Southern Railway "Coulsdon North Sutton stock" EMU LNER Tyneside electric units LNER Shenfield line electric units (driving motors and intermediate trailers ...

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