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Rail Engineering Mini | Inch 10
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ATC (automatic train control system)
ZUB (Zugbeeinflussungssystem)
ballast
Schotter
caboose
Güterzugbegleitwagen
derail, to
entgleisen
embankment
Bahndamm
flat wagon BE
Tragwagen
flatcar AE
Tragwagen
grooved rail
Rillenschiene
length over buffers
Länge über Puffer
gauge
Spurbreite
low side car
Niederbordwagen
main station
Hauptbahnhof
operations control technology
Betriebsleittechnik
pantograph
Stromabnehmer
pickup shoe
Schleifer
rail joint
Schienenstoß
railroad AE
Eisenbahn
railway BE
Eisenbahn
semaphore signal
Flügelsignal
stake
Runge
subway AE
U-Bahn
subway BE
Gleisunterführung
track substructure
Gleisunterbau
wheel tire
Radreifen
wagon BE
Güterwagen
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