articulated train

articulated train

[är′tik·yə‚lād·əd ′trān]
(engineering)
A railroad train whose cars are permanently or semipermanently connected.
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"We actually built a prototype of an articulated train in the 1970s but it was deemed a lot of extra expense.
Articulated trains might also create additional under-frame space, which might provide a location for air conditioning packs.