List of rolling stock manufacturers

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Throughout railroad history, many manufacturing companies have come and gone. Here is a list of companies that manufactured railroad cars and other rolling stock. As most of these companies built both passenger and freight equipment, no distinction is made between the two for this list.

Note that this list includes names of works owned by railroads for manufacturing their own rolling stock.

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See also List of British railway-owned locomotive builders and, for more detail, List of early British private locomotive manufacturers

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  • Jones, Robert C. (1980). Two Feet Between the Rails (Volume II - The Mature Years). Sundance Books. 

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