What is a train corridor?
Thereof, what is a non Corridor train?
non-corridor (not comparable) Not of or relating to a corridor. (rail transport, dated) Of a train or railway coach, not having a corridor running the length of the coach providing access to the passenger compartments; each compartment would have an outside door on each side.
One may also ask, what is the space between train cars called? gangway connection
Likewise, how are train carriages connected?
A coupling (or a coupler) is a mechanism used to connect rolling stock in a train. The equipment that connects the couplings to the rolling stock is known as the draft gear or draw gear.
When did trains stop having compartments?
But for more than a century, British women did have similar facilities. In March 1977, The Times reported that British Rail was phasing out its remaining "ladies only" compartments. At the time around 100 still existed on services between London and Essex.