railroad engineer

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Noun1.railroad engineer - the operator of a railway locomotiverailroad engineer - the operator of a railway locomotive
manipulator, operator - an agent that operates some apparatus or machine; "the operator of the switchboard"
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Occupation: Retired Registered Nurse and Railroad Engineer
Considered one of the funniest silent films ever made, this is an epic of comedy which follows the adventures of Southern railroad engineer Johnny Gray (Buster Keaton), facing off against Union soldiers during the American Civil War.
At the start of the Civil War a young railroad engineer from Philadelphia volunteered with the 7th Regiment of the New York State Militia.
Railroad engineer and Pueblo native Ryan McWilliams paired with a Pennsylvania businessman (who remains anonymous) to turn a portion of the abandoned Alpha Beta meatpacking plant into a social meeting space.
The Illinois Commerce Commission chief railroad engineer testified that the 13-foot, six-inch standard only applied to tracks under reconstruction and the switch replacement did not rise to that level.
There she discovers the diary of another sixteen-year-old English girl sent to America to marry a wealthy railroad engineer. When a freak accident strands her in a remote mountain cabin she finds she has even more in common with Emily than she thought.
He added: "Barton-Wright was an English railroad engineer, who spent three years working and studying ju-jitsu in Japan.
Some critics say the mayor is building the train station to quench his childhood wish to be a railroad engineer.
Keaton plays railroad engineer Johnnie Gray who is rejected by the Confederate Army because his train driving skills are thought to be too valuable for the war effort, and his girlfriend thinks he is a coward.
WHEN RAILROAD engineer Alan Scott happened upon a magic lantern, he was transformed into a crusader for justice.
The 73-year-old is rather a railroad engineer, an economist and a consultant with lucrative contracts in the energy industry, Fox News reports.