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This page provides a modern list of terminology i.e., a glossary for the most common railway terms.
John Oxlade | http://www.worldrailfans.info/Artic...
The German-English dictionary of railway terms is in two sections: The main dictionary: Select German words beginning with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The appendices: Groups of terms related to: Bahnanlagen, Points (am. Switches), Rail or Track, Signalling, Locomotive wheel/axle layout
Australasian Railway Association | http://www.ara.net.au/dbdoc/PUB%20G...
This lexicon was originally produced by the Railway Systems Group at the University of Birmingham in cooperation with Railtrack (now Network Rail) and other organisations. Staff at the University of Birmingham and the team of The Railway Consultancy update the Lexicon on a regular basis. In general, the UK term "railway" is used rather than the U... View more
An attempt to answer all those questions which arise on the Internet about the differences between US and UK railway terminology. In this era of the "global village" and international travel, many terms are now used universally around the world so you may hear or see US and UK English used together in the international context. Monolingual Engl... View more
Train Braking Glossary Have you heard the story of the browbeaten duck? He could fly as fast as the other ducks but he couldn't stop as quickly. To a train driver, the brakes are the most important part of the train but not many people outside the industry understand how they work. With that in mind, this page provides a simple glossary of brake... View more
Here is a collection of over 300 descriptions of the parts of the steam locomotive compiled to assist locomotive enthusiasts to further their knowledge of the most remarkable mechanical machine ever created by man. Although it is based on UK practice and design, it has much of interest to world wide readers and it includes some historical notes ab... View more
Le Rail Miniature | http://www.groupetraq.com/lexique.h...
Updated March 1996
Turkish Railway Technical Dictionary
- Steam Engine
- Electric and diesel engines
- Rolling stock
- Track and buildings
- Train operations
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