Waggonfabrik Uerdingen AZAFF & BZAFF Series Passenger Coaches | Royal Railway Cambodia

The Waggonfabrik Uerdingen AZAFF & BZAFF Series Passenger Coaches are locomotive-hauled passenger coaches of the Royal Railway, operating on passenger routes throughout the Kingdom. The coaches are of similar look to the Waggonfabrik Uerdingen DMU ZZ800 Series, but do not come with a driving cab or motor. There is also a possibility that the coaches have once been middle cars of a Waggonfabrik Uerdingen DMU ZZ800 Series, but there has been no evidence of it so far.

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Waggonfabrik Uerdingen AZAFF & BZAFF Series Passenger Coaches Fleet List

ZZ800 (disputed number) – Coach A

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ZZ800 (disputed number) operating as Coach A on a locomotive-hauled Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville Line passenger service. A new engine has since been fitted on ZZ800 (disputed number) and now operates an an independent self-propelled DMU together with ZZ803.

ZZ803 – Coach B

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ZZ803 operating as Coach B on a locomotive-hauled Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville Line passenger service. A new engine has since been fitted on ZZ800 (disputed number) and now operates an an independent self-propelled DMU together with ZZ800.

XLSAFF12 – Coach C (May not be manufactured by Waggonfabrik Uerdingen)

BZAFF66 – Coach D

VRSVFF24 – King’s Coach E (Not for regular service, may not be manufactured by Waggonfabrik Uerdingen)

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ZZ801 – Coach F

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ZZ801 operating as Coach F on a Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville Line passenger service. ZZ801 currently operates as a non-motorised locomotive-hauled passenger coach, but has provisions for a motor to be installed. The cab windows has been replaced with ventilation louvers.

BZAFF61 – Coach G

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BZAFF61 operating as Coach G stabling at a siding at Phnom Penh Railway Station.

ZZ802 – Coach H

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ZZ802 operating as Coach H on a Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville Line passenger service. ZZ802 currently operates as a non-motorised locomotive-hauled passenger coach, and has no provisions for a motor to be installed. The cab windows has been replaced with a solid panel.

AZAFF84 – Coach I

AZAFF81 – Coach J

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AZAFF81 operating as Coach J in Airport Shuttle Train livery stabling at a siding at Phnom Penh Railway Station.

BZAFF60 – Coach K

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BZAFF60 operating as Coach K stabling at a siding at Phnom Penh Railway Station.

BZAFF55 – Coach L

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BZAFF55 operating as Coach L in Airport Shuttle Train livery stabling at a siding at Phnom Penh Railway Station.

Future Passenger Coaches?

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Three Waggonfabrik Uerdingen AZAFF & BZAFF Series passenger coaches are stabling at Phnom Penh yard with bogies. It is currently not known if Royal Railway plans to refurbish these coaches.

This fleet list is incomplete. Please contact me if you can offer any additional information in expanding this section.


Royal Railway (Cambodia) Ticket Booking Methods

  • Ticket counters in Royal Railway stations
  • Phone
    • Phnom Penh: 078 888 582
    • Takeo: 099 222 533
    • Kampot: 099 222 566
    • Sihanoukville: 099 222 544
  • Online from Baolau
  • Online from Easybook

Tickets are open for sale 7 days before departure for direct bookings through Royal Railway, and around 14 to 21 days before departure for online agent bookings.

For online bookings through Baolau, print your confirmation at home and get it exchanged for the actual boarding pass at the station’s ticket counter on the day of your travel.

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Boarding Process for Tickets booked through Baolau

  1. Make a booking on Baolau.
  2. Baolau receives confirmation from Royal Railway.
  3. Baolau then sends you the confirmation email with numbered seat within 24 hours.
  4. Print the email confirmation and exchange it for the boarding pass at the station before departure.
  5. The staff on train will check the boarding pass and take it away.

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Boarding Process for Tickets booked through Easybook

  1. Make a booking on Easybook.
  2. Easybook sends you the confirmation email with numbered seat.
  3. Show the printed or digital email confirmation on the train.

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