“Recent research has proven: Trains do not run on time but on electricity.”
commuter train - regional rail which usually provides a rail service between a central business district and suburbs or other locations that draw large numbers of people on a daily basis passenger train - a train that carries passengers bullet train - a high-speed passenger train railroad train - public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive car train - a train that transports passengers and their automobiles hospital train - a military train built to transport wounded troops to a hospital boat train - a train that is planned to reach or leave a port at the right time for passengers who are leaving or arriving on a ship mail train - a train that carries mail ghost train - an entertainment for adults and children, in which you travel in a vehicle through a set of exciting and frightening experiences steam train - train powered by steam train set - a toy train, together with the equipment, toy houses, etc. that go with it goods train - freight train, train that carries goods train station - terminal where trains load or unload passengers or goods train depot - station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods train dispatcher - a railroad employer who is in charge of a railway yard, train master train fare - the fare charged for travelling by train trainman - a member of the operating crew on a railroad train, especially the brakeman train horn - an air-powered audible warning device utilized by railroad locomotives train driver – driver of a train train crash – train accident railway locomotive - a wheeled vehicle consisting of a self-propelled engine that is used to draw trains along railway tracks baggage car - a railway car where passengers' bags are carried couchette - a compartment on a European passenger train; contains 4 to 6 berths for sleeping whistle stop - a town or station at which a train stops only if signalled, way station, flag stop railroad car - a vehicle on a railroad or railway that is not a locomotive monorail - a transit system running on a single-rail guide way funicular railway – a type of self-contained cable railway in which cables attached to a tram-like vehicle on rails move it up and down a very steep slope cog railway - a railway with a special toothed rack rail or rack mounted on the railroad ties between the running rails. The trains are fitted with one or more cog wheels that mesh with this rack rail. This allows the trains to operate on steeply inclined slopes.