Train (disambiguation)

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A train is a connected series of vehicles that move along a track to transport freight or passengers.

Train(s) may also refer to:


  • Camel train, a series of camels carrying goods or passengers in a group
  • Wagon train, a group of wagons traveling together, especially the American West
  • Road train, a truck design used in remote areas of Australia to move bulky loads efficiently
  • Trackless train, a road-going articulated vehicle
  • Tourist Railway Association, Inc., an organization dedicated to promoting the tourist railway industry in the United States
  • Overland train, a type of oversized semi-trailer truck that could travel over most terrain

Science and technology[edit]

Art and entertainment[edit]


  • The Train (Russian: Sputniki, Fellow Travellers), novel by Vera Panova


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Other uses[edit]

  • Train (clothing), the long back portion of a skirt or dress that trails on the ground behind the wearer.
  • Train (military), the supply and support units of an army
  • Train (roller coaster), the specialized vehicle which transports riders around a roller coaster track
  • Train, Bavaria, a town in Bavaria, Germany
  • TRAIN, or The Redstone Acceleration & Innovation Network, an organization
  • Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on the Nation (TRAIN) Act, U.S. House legislation sponsored by John Sullivan
  • Software release train, a concept in software engineering
  • The male peafowl's elongated upper tail covert feathers as used in display.

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