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A multiple-unit train or simply multiple unit (MU) is a self-propelled train composed of one or more carriages joined together, which when coupled to another multiple unit can be controlled by a single driver,[1] with multiple-unit train control.

Note that although multiple units consist of several carriages, single self-propelled carriages - also called railcars, rail motor coaches or railbuses - are in fact multiple-units when two or more of this is working connected through multiple-unit train control (regardless if passengers can walk between the units or not).

 

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Alstom Lint 27 (BR 640)

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Alstom Lint 41 (BR 648)

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Desiro Classic (BR 642 / ÖBB 5022)

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Siemens Desiro ML

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Stadler Flirt 3

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Stadler GTW

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Velaro (BR407 Eurostar e320)

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Talent – ÖBB 4024

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