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The first locomotive to pull a train of cars in regular service was called Best Friend

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The front of a regular train is usually pulled by a locomotive. This is the powerhouse of the train. If your train doesn't have a locomotive, but looks like cars with a window for the train crew, then that can be called the cab car, or as you put it, "the head of a train". There isn't any slang (that I know of) used to call it something special. I uses "front of train", but "head" sounds better. We do shorten "locomotive" to just "loco".



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