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Noun1.trainmaster - a railroad employer who is in charge of a railway yardtrainmaster - a railroad employer who is in charge of a railway yard
dispatcher - employee of a transportation company who controls the departures of vehicles according to weather conditions and in the interest of efficient service
railroad man, railroader, railway man, railwayman, trainman - an employee of a railroad
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When I played a trainmaster in 'Bharat', I came to know what must have happened.
Following an act of vandalism earlier this year that caused $110,000 worth of damage to seven trolley cars and a caboose, the nearby Fox River Trolley Museum will be open this weekend, according to Damin Keenan, assistant trainmaster at the museum.
Yet, successful in escaping the iron fist of authority--the trainmaster gives good chase--the boys see their activities as an adventure and trade the stolen coal for milk, a luxury that their mother cannot afford.
Holan thrived in the circus's apprentice-style culture, working his way up to trainmaster and then general manager, where he was put in charge of coordinating the journeys.
At first glance, the Trainmaster Manufacture looks like a relatively standard dress watch.
He served in a range of operations positions, including trainmaster, superintendent, general manager, vice president mechanical, and senior vice president transportation operations before in 2004 being named executive vice president operations with responsibility for transportation, mechanical, engineering, safety and environmental, and other employees who together represent the majority of NS workforce.
Before law school I worked for five years as a trainmaster at Norfolk Southern Railway.
The Philadelphia Terminal Division trainmaster demanded a conference, although he refused to address the female employees directly.
Rand does not advocate their murder, of course (though she sympathetically depicts a trainmaster who chooses not to avert the disaster, partly in revenge against the regulators); but she does suggest that they had it coming.
and Barnum & Bailey Circus; aerialist Galla Shawn; the Konyot Equestrian Family; and circus trainmaster Charlie Smith.