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Train Parts are items that, when assembled, make up a train. The parts must be closely monitored to ensure they are fully functioning and will cause no harm. Some examples of the parts used are: locomotives, which are the engines that are the motive component of the engine. Breaks are used on the cars of railways to enable deceleration, control acceleration or to keep more

Train Parts are items that, when assembled, make up a train. The parts must be closely monitored to ensure they are fully functioning and will cause no harm. Some examples of the parts used are: locomotives, which are the engines that are the motive component of the engine. Breaks are used on the cars of railways to enable deceleration, control acceleration or to keep them standing when parked. A coupling is a mechanism for connecting rolling stock in a train. The design of the coupler is standard and is almost as important as the track gauge, since flexibility and convenience are maximised if all rolling stock can be coupled together.

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