A person who is unable to simply stand in one position on a train and decides, much to the annoyance of the other passengers, to move down the length of the train using the internal doors.
"I was standing in the corridor of the 8.24 train and I had no fewer than six carriage-cruisers squeeze past me."
by Phil Davy October 16, 2006
In my small town of 300 people we have a group of new mothers who push their baby carriages around the town for exercise. Our town now call them the Carriage-Cruisers
There goes the new town carriage-cruisers down the road pushing their babies in strollers.
by KRYSANN October 18, 2006