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a car of a passenger train in which luggage, trunks, etc., are carried.
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As hunting parties grew bigger and stayed on the island longer, the railroad set up a
for free accommodations.
While en route they beat their officers, locked them in a
, and took over the train.
was thrown on its side and off the track.
was also thrown off the track, but remained upright.
The three mall cars and the
of the west bound train were totally wrecked.
It filled a
as closely as it could be packed.
But in the warmth of the
the unearthly creature thaws and incredibly comes back to life.
The train is composed of two compart ment cars, three sleepers, one diner and a library smoking
The locomotive and express and
toppled over into the ditch and were badly smashed.
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