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Question 1: In ________, Metrowagonmash (Russian: ОАО "Метровагонмаш") of Mytishchi manufactures railbus RA-1 with a Mercedes engine.
United StatesRussiaRussian cultureMoscow

Question 2: ________ was one British builder of steam railcars.
Thomas Hill (Rotherham) LtdSentinel Waggon WorksLNER Class Y1Kent and East Sussex Railway

Question 3: Railbuses were used commonly in countries such as Germany, Italy, ________, United Kingdom and Sweden.
United StatesCanadaGreeceFrance

Question 4: Usually these form ________ with one driver controlling all engines, however it has previously been the practice for a railcar to tow a carriage or second railcar which does not provide any power.
Passenger car (rail)Diesel multiple unitCommuter railMultiple unit

Question 5: A type of railbus known as a Pacer is still commonly used in the ________.
WalesUnited KingdomCanadaEngland

Question 6: The first ________ driven railcar in the UK was invented by James Sidney Drewry and made by the Drewry Car Co. in 1906.
Diesel fuelFilling stationInternal combustion engineGasoline

Question 7: William Bridges Adams built steam railcars at ________ in the 1840s.
Bow, LondonOld FordBromley-by-BowWhitechapel

Question 8: New Zealand railcars that more closely resembled railbuses were the Leyland diesel railcars and the Wairarapa railcars that were specially designed to operate over the ________ between Wellington and the Wairarapa region.
Wairarapa LineNZR E class (1906)Rimutaka InclineNZR H class

Question 9: The light regional railcars are used by a number of railroads in (Zwickau in Saxony) Germany amongst others, and also in the Netherlands, ________, Italy and soon in Spain.
NorwayDenmarkLithuaniaLuxembourg

Question 10: Cabany of ________ designed steam railcars.
MalleMechelenTurnhoutAntwerp







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