railroad man

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Noun1.railroad man - an employee of a railroadrailroad man - an employee of a railroad    
brakeman - a railroad employee responsible for a train's brakes
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
signalman - a railroad employee in charge of signals and point in a railroad yard
yardman - worker in a railway yard
train dispatcher, trainmaster, yardmaster - a railroad employer who is in charge of a railway yard
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Photographs taken by Saratoga railroad man Cornelius Durkee during this visit are now part of the City Archives at the New Orleans Public Library.
They reminded her of Father, who had been a railroad man.
was a railroad broker, he was a railroad man, spending eight years in a railroad's risk management department.
I chose Adams because he was the single most important western railroad man trying to institute system and structure during the late nineteenth century.
He moved to Montana two years later and remained a loyal railroad man for the rest of his life, working there for 50 years, marrying co-worker Agnes Twokey and travelling by plane only once in his life.
Cooke was no railroad man, but received the Northern Pacific Railroad as a payoff for his efforts in helping to finance the Union during the war.
12, 1937, to a railroad man and a schoolteacher in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
The tour will visit several Blues historical sites in Mississippi, before blues great and former railroad man Bobby Rush boards the train in Memphis on May 7.
The 100-year old-park on Electric Avenue was donated to the city by Henry Coggshall, noted railroad man and official of the Fitchburg Gas Co.
Lawlor, whose grandfather was a Nevada railroad man and whose father worked the abandoned Delamar gold mines, has written one of the most authoritative guides to the Silver State's back roads and centuries-old history and lore ever published.
His father was a railroad man and from an early age he was fascinated with the hobos who bummed rides on the freight-trains across America.