mail train


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Noun1.mail train - a train that carries mailmail train - a train that carries mail    
mail car - a railway car in which mail is transported and sorted
railroad train, train - public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive; "express trains don't stop at Princeton Junction"
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mail train

ntreno postale
References in classic literature ?
The ordinary mail train leaves here at midnight with sleeping-cars.
It was no light running now, nor record time, but heavy toil each day, with a heavy load behind; for this was the mail train, carrying word from the world to the men who sought gold under the shadow of the Pole.
It used a carload of paper every week, and the mail trains would be hours loading up at the depot of the little Kansas town.
It also features the Great Train Robbery when Ronnie Biggs and his gang snatched pounds 3million in 1963 from a Royal Mail train.
The collision of the Brahmputra Mail train from Gauhati and the Awadh- Assam Express from New Delhi happened in Gaisan Station, in West Bengal state.
Back then he got 30 years for robbing a mail train whilst today murderers only get 15 years and are freed in eight or ten to kill again.
6million from a Glasgow to London Royal Mail train in 1963.
The new royal loco was used to pull a mail train and, by chance, was named by The Queen at Euston in December 2000 .
Bags handled by Mr Alan Riley, now 62, were among those grabbed by the infamous robbers who ambushed the overnight mail train in the pounds 2.
6million robbery of a Glasgow- to-London mail train.
6million raid on a mail train in 1963 - planned to appeal.
Sixteen postal workers injured in a Royal Mail train crash at Stafford in which two others died are to claim at least pounds 100,000 in damages.