luggage van


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luggage van

n
(Railways) Brit a railway carriage used to transport passengers' luggage, bicycles, etc. US and Canadian name: baggage car
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.luggage van - a railway car where passengers' bags are carriedluggage van - a railway car where passengers' bags are carried
railcar, railroad car, railway car, car - a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails"
passenger train - a train that carries passengers
Translations

luggage van

n (Brit) (Rail) → bagagliaio
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Behind the tender, setting the platform more and more slowly swaying, came the luggage van with a dog whining in it.
The rake, whose upgradation cost has been Rs25 million, contains 11 economy coaches, 3 AC standard coaches, 1 Brake van, 1 luggage van, 1 AC dining car and 1 power plant.
For better and safe journey of passengers, power plant, AC dining car, luggage van and break van have also been upgraded.
Three tier, eight sleeper classes, four general classes and two disabled friendly second class cum luggage van coaches and pantry car facility.
We have two, the Travelling Post Office and the Old Luggage Van, next to our station in St Germans - as well as a 1950s carriage down in Hayle, west Cornwall.
The guard was unable to apply his brake as he had been thrown about the luggage van by the derailment.
And that does not necessarily guarantee your bike a space, if the luggage van is already full when you get to the station.
The historic Southern Railway parcels and luggage van was saved from the scrap heap by civic leaders in Los Angeles in the US after it carried the war leader's coffin in January 1965.
A source close to her said: "A luggage van has been hired to cope with her huge quantity of clothes and two stretch limos have been organised to chauffeur Dolly and her entourage around Dublin.
20pm, driver P Mould of Stafford, noticed flames leaping from the luggage van.
Provision of fire extinguishers in all AC coaches, Second class-cum-guard and luggage van and Pantry cars.
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