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Rolling stock (Khmer: ភាគហ៊ុនរំកិល) refers to vehicles (both powered and non-powered) that run on railroad tracks, which include locomotives, freight cars, passenger cars, and other railroad cars. This page refers to the non-powered railroad cars that the locomotives can couple onto.
Passenger Rolling Stock
Passenger cars (Khmer: អ្នកដំណើរ រថយន្ត), also known as coaches or carriages in the UK and bogies in India, are a piece of rolling stock that are used for carrying passengers. The term passenger car can also be associated with a sleeping car, baggage, dining, railway post office and prisoner transport cars.
Mineral cars (Khmer: រទេះថ្ម), also known as coal trucks in the UK, are the most commonly and frequently used piece of rolling stock.