# On every moving railway carriage there are metal parts which are travelling in the opposite direction to the train......

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On every moving railway carriage there are metal parts which are travelling in the opposite direction to the train and others which are travelling at twice the speed of the train.
What are they?

posted Jan 18, 2023
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