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Diesel multiple unit

A diesel multiple unit can be:
  • a multiple unit powered by a diesel engine; one or more of these form a passenger train;
  • a combination of diesel powered locomotives operating under the control of one engine-driver, coupled together consecutively, usually at the head end of the train, which further consists of wagons[?] or carriages.

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