luggage van

  1. British a railway carriage used to transport passengers' luggage, bicycles, etc: US and Canadian name: baggage car

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How to use luggage van in a sentence

  • Sir John took first-class tickets to London, and the curious deal boxes found their place in the luggage van.

    Betty Vivian | L. T. Meade
  • There was nothing for it but patience; and, in due time, it was rewarded by the arrival of three omnibuses and a luggage-van.

  • In the luggage van were two small trunks containing their four scanty wardrobes, and all their toys and other treasures.

    The Carroll Girls | Mabel Quiller-Couch
  • Phillipson hurries back to the luggage-van; Spurrell returns.

    Lyre and Lancet | F. Anstey
  • Fortunately, it was only a slight accident: the rear luggage-van had left the rails through a mistake in the shunting.