station master

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station master

n (Rail) → capostazione m
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In the first place," the station-master answered, "a special train to London would cost you a hundred and eighty pounds, and in the second place, even if you were willing to pay that sum, it would be at least two hours before I could start you off.
The station-master, however, was there himself, with an inspector in attendance.
His long waterproof coat and the waterproof covering of his hat were shining and dripping with rain as everything was, the burly station-master included.
If you see Blanche before I do tell her I have instructed the station-master to let me know (if Miss Silvester does take the railway) what place she books for.
The station-master, too, ran by in his extraordinary colored cap.
The station-master had opened the carriage door for her, and had noticed that the young lady appeared to be very much agitated.
The engineer and conductor were talking excitedly with a signal-man, whom the station-master at Medicine Bow, the next stopping place, had sent on before.
The station-master had not finished his speech before we were all hastening in the direction of the fire.
Remember next time I report you to the station-master.
You see, I can talk face to face with-- with the station-master.
Our coming was evidently a great event, for station-master and porters clustered round us to carry out our luggage.
If anything breaks about the car you are in, and a station-master proposes to pack you and your agent into a compartment with strangers, the courier reveals to him confidentially that you are a French duke born deaf and dumb, and the official comes and makes affable signs that he has ordered a choice car to be added to the train for you.