Railcars

Railcars can be:

  • a type of self-propelled railway vehicle, see Railcar;
  • a Railroad car – another type of railway vehicle, pulled by a locomotive;
  • a San Francisco band, see Railcars (band).

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Accumulator Railcar - History
... Experiments with battery electric railcars were conducted from around 1890 in Belgium, France, Germany and Italy ... In the USA, railcars of the Edison-Beach type, with nickel-iron batteries were used from 1911 ... In New Zealand, a battery-electric Edison railcar operated from 1926 to 1934 ...
Ligne Du Haut-Bugey - Operations - Motive Power
... steam, was replaced by diesel locomotives then diesel railcars before electrification brought the TGVs ... There was also an abundance of diesel railcars, in particular first the ABJ, 90 hp FNC and X5500/5800 classes ... Several different railcars were in service from the mid 1980s ...
Chemin De Fer Du Cambrésis - Railcars
... The CF du Cambrésis had some four-wheeled Renault-Scémia railcars ... These were only used on the lightest of trains ...
Chemin De Fer Du Blanc-Argent - Rolling Stock - Railcars
... Four Billard railcars, introduced in the 1950s, ex CFD Charentes et Deux Sèvres ... Four SCF Verney railcars, built 1950 ... Two CFD railcars built 1984 ...