gateman


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gateman

(ˈɡeɪtmən)
n, pl -men
a person who controls a gate; gatekeeper
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A gateman at one of the railway crossings on the route had alerted the train driver by waving his red cloth turban.
Online Applications are invited around 90,000 posts in Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) like Track maintainer, Points man, Helper, Gateman, Porter and Group C Level II categories like Assistant Loco Pilots (ALP), Technicians (Fitter, Crane Driver, Blacksmith, Carpenter) through Railway Recruitment Boards websites.
This time, online applications for around 90,000 posts in Group C Level I (Erstwhile Group D) like Track maintainer, Points man, Helper, Gateman, Porter and Group C Level II categories like Assistant Loco Pilots (ALP), Technicians (Fitter, Crane Driver, Blacksmith, Carpenter) through Railway Recruitment Boards websites, are invited.
LEGENDARY Melwood gateman Kenny Grimes celebrates his 70th birthday today.
He had the special talent of being able to get on with everyone, from the gateman to the sponsors, with a superb way about him.
I went to the gateman asking were there any vacant slots, he in turn sent me down to the personal office, where I would meet a lady called Mrs Gavin.
My plastic card vanished under the scrutiny of the gateman.
On asking the gateman why the gate was closed, I was told "The Lord is coming".
The appointments will be made on posts of subengineers, guards, assistant drivers, station masters, gateman, pointsman and sweepers.
The broken wheel was brought to the notice of a railway official at Bobas railway station, around 40 km from Jaipur, by gateman Kaluram when he saw smoke rising and heard an awkward sound coming from the train.
Grandad Chris Wood, 49, had a TICKET but was denied admission because the gateman said he was DRUNK.
The gateman at a railway station informed the guard inside the train," Chandrayan said.