Enginehouse pertains to a building in which locomotives are serviced - repaired or cleaned, and/or stored.

Ref: 123886/2006-10-01

In the railway, transportation, and manufacturing industries, an "enginehouse" (also known as a "roundhouse") is a building or facility where locomotives, trains, and other railway vehicles are housed, maintained, and repaired. Enginehouses typically contain tracks for parking and servicing the vehicles, as well as workshops, storage areas, and other support facilities.

Examples of the use of enginehouses in an industrial or business context include:

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