high-speed train 
High-speed passenger train (between 135 and 190 mph) powered by electricity, with a power car at each end and a limited number of cars in between.
Three-axled truck with brakes and shock absorbers.
Steel bar attached to the frame that pushes aside debris from the track.
Lamp signaling the presence of the power car while at rest.
Lamp illuminating the sides of the track.
Vehicle with an electric motor and braking system for pulling one or more cars.
Compartment in the power car containing controls used by the engineer and providing a view of the track ahead.
Lamp illuminating the track ahead.
One or more overhead wires supplying electricity to the power car.
Two-axled truck with traction motors propelling the power car.
Compartments for various electrical equipment.
Space at the entrance of the car for stowing large pieces of luggage.
Part of the car with rows of numbered seats.
Articulating mechanism on the roof of the power car that collects electricity from an overhead catenary.
coupling guide device
Assembly on the nosepiece of the power car for coupling it with another train.