rolling stock

noun
the wheeled vehicles of a railroad, including locomotives, freight cars, and passenger cars.
Also, stock.


Origin:
1850–55

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rolling stock
 
n
the wheeled vehicles collectively used on a railway, including the locomotives, passenger coaches, freight wagons, guard's vans, etc

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Example sentences
The implication was that the purchase of new rolling stock brought lavish
  commissions.
Getting that natural gas out of the ground and into our rolling stock is
  another major job creator.
Services are improving and rail bosses have announced plans to spend billions
  on new rolling stock, faster lines and new stations.
The locomotive will be the prime piece of rolling stock at the museum once
  restored to fully operating condition.
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