# How heavy is the average train?

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The average freight train weighs anywhere from 120 to 240 tons each, depending on the size and number...

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The ratio of an average freight train (8000 tons) to an automobile is about 4000:1.

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How long, on average, does a subway train take to cross the East River?

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Michael Bernstein at Quora

How do wheels of a Train engine get grip to pull such a heavy train?

It's iron on Iron, and it cant get the grip i cant imagine it and it has to pull a heavy train so it should skid like a car on black ice. Iv'e heard that there is very less ...show more

Good question, and it is not easy to understand but you are 100% correct that the rolling resistance...

If the train is traveling at 125kmh it will go 375 miles in 3 hours.

Sherryl R. at ChaCha

A train traveling an average speed of 227km/h for 2 hours will travel 454 km

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A train traveling at 227 kmh/h for two hours would travel a total of 454 kmh.

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150 minutes.

Let "d" = distance in miles traveled by the two trains; let "t" = the time in hours...

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