The Train provided horse-drawn transport for the formation known as a Division. It usually comprised a small Train Headquarters, one Headquarters Company, three other Horse Transport Companies and a contingent of other troops (known as Army Troops), all of the Army Service Corps.
When moving and laid out in officially-approved organisation, the Train would occupy 1755 yards of road (1605 metres).
Defined in the Field Service Pocket Book (1914)
|No 1 (HQ) Company||6||155|
|Other 3 Companies||5||80|
|No 1 (HQ) Company||18||144|
|Other 3 Companies||14||55|
|Carts (1 or 2 horse)||Wagons (2 horse)|
|No 1 (HQ) Company||7||58|
|Other 3 Companies||3||22|