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  • n. A fairground attraction in which participants ride through a haunted house in a railcar.
  • n. An excursion done by many tourist railways around the world. Usually, a fictional story is created and performed with static displays or live actors on either side of a train. Actors and actresses play out a story on the long and narrow stage provided by the railcar aisles.
  • n. A rail service which does not appear in the public timetables.
  • n. A supernatural manifestation of a railway locomotive or passenger cars.


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