railman

railman

(ˈreɪlmən)
n, pl -men
(Railways) a male worker on a railway
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On the threshold of the Railman Day, CJSC "South Caucasus Railway" (SCR) has announced about holding of a
He worked as a railman, maintaining tracks in South Wales and the West of England.
The 24-year-old was a father to a three-year-old son and worked as a railman, maintaining tracks throughout South Wales and the west of England.
British Rail's prestigious high-speed Cleveland Executive train was stopped in its tracks until the railman rolled into work one hour late.
BEAMING for the camera, trusted railman David Tofield picks up an honour for his dedicated service.
The retired railman had been jailed for 18 months - later reduced to four months on appeal - but his sentence was quashed two years ago when new evidence emerged.
One railman shouted: "Is there any comedy in dying under a train?
Some 25 years later, police matched DNA from her jeans to railman Charles Lamont.
Three railman were awarded the George Cross for heroism in tackling blazes on trains carrying our own bombs.
Got himself into fights with [when he was traveling] the railman, the other customer.
The son of a Derby railman, Stevens had been losing money on his catering concession at baseball games until deciding to put "dachshund" sausages in rolls.
A RAILMAN suspended for making a politically incorrect joke is back at work - thanks to The People.