railworker

railworker

(ˈreɪlˌwɜːkə)
n
(Railways) another word for railman, railwoman
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Translations

railworker

nBahnarbeiter(in) m(f)
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Anna, who is a retired railworker, has lived in the village all her life but claims there is a rise in the number of bear sightings within village grounds as wildfires and floods continue to rise.
A RAILWORKER who may only have weeks to live has had a train named in his honour - to help him raise money for a cancer charity.
POLICE have arrested a man in their hunt for a bogus railworker suspected of stealing cycles from stations.
According to the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group, Kimura is the world s oldest man since Walter Bruening, a retired railworker, died of natural causes last Thursday in the US state of Montana at the age of 114.
This is Diamond Zone 1, or Sperrgebiet, a German word that translates as 'Forbidden Zone', a 26,000-square-kilometre diamond-mining area that has been off limits since the first 'unbreakables' were picked up here by a railworker in 1908.
He lives in Marrickville, Sydney, and has worked as a steelworker, railworker, library worker, writer, community organiser and academic.
One disgusted railworker who helped us uncover the safety scandal said: "These are basic things that have been left unrepaired.
A railworker said: ``The danger to life of this freight train crossing the points is simply too huge to contemplate.''
Retired railworker Harry Smith, 80, of Leam Lane Estate, Gateshead, is treasurer of the North East Pensioners' Association and has been active in campaigning for a better deal in the region.
2002: A railworker who reportedly warned Railtrack about the poor condition of the line at Potters Bar was said to be talking to police about his concerns.
RICHARD ROBINSON, a railworker from Ewell, bought a ticket to fish in nearby Epsom Common's Stew Pond on his first day off for months.