Category:Rail cranes

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English: A railroad crane, (crane car or wrecker (US) or breakdown crane (UK)) is a type of crane used on a railroad for one of three primary uses: freight handling in goods yards, permanent way (PW) maintenance, and accident recovery work. Although the design differs according to the type of work, the basic configuration is similar in all cases: a rotating crane body is mounted on a sturdy chassis fitted with flanged wheels. The body supports the jib (UK) (boom (US)) and provides all the lifting and operating mechanisms; on larger cranes, an operator's cabin is usually provided. The chassis is fitted with buffing and coupling gear to allow the crane to be moved by a locomotive, although many are also self-propelled to allow limited movement about a work site.
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Čeština: Kolejový jeřáb je speciální kolejové vozidlo, který zdvíhá a poté přemisťuje těžké předměty na železnici (pražce, sloupy atd.) či na jiných kolejových drahách. Je umístěn na podvozku a pohybuje se po kolejích.
Deutsch: Ein Schienendrehkran ist ein Kran, der drehbar auf einem Eisenbahnfahrzeug montiert ist.
Français : Un wagon-grue est un wagon doté d'une grue qui peut porter de lourdes charges, pour dépanner un train, entretenir les voies…
日本語: 操重車(そうじゅうしゃ)は、 クレーンを搭載した鉄道車両である。事業用車の一種で、日本国有鉄道(国鉄)における車両表記は頭文字をとった「ソ」であった。
Русский: Железнодорожные краны относятся к полноповоротным стреловым кранам.
rail crane 
type of crane used on a railroad
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