Yes an electric train uses a locomotive.
The locomotive pulls the train.
If by 'train' you mean a railway locomotive, then the answer is 'locomotive' e.g. At the turn of the 20th century the transport infrastructure was centred around the locomotive industry. If by 'train' you mean the verb to practise then I can't help you.
no it is not. a locomotive is a type of train locomotion is a type of movement
Which locomotive?The French have topped 360 mph.
A locomotive is what supplies the power. A locomotive can in itself be considered a train depending on its function. A cowcatcher!
Average hourly wage of Locomotive Engineer and Operator is $25.88.
The hink pink for primary locomotive is main train
A train locomotive can get up to 6 ft wide from side to side and be around 11 ft tall.
The name of the first train was a locomotive. A locomotive is fueled by burning combustible coal, oil or wood to produce steam.
The locomotive engineer drives the train.
What type of locomotive pulls it.
engineer or locomotive engineer (US, Canada, New Zealand) engine driver, train driver, locomotive driver, or train operator (UK, Australia, and South Africa )
I believe it is a train.
a train (steam locomotive)
The engine or locomotive.
He had a locomotive. ........................