railroader

NOUN
  1. an employee of a railroad
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How To Use railroader In A Sentence

  • The trains reversed direction on what American railroaders called a wye-Europeans called it a turning triangle-which allowed trains to back up to any one of ten offloading ramps, and the Russians were doing it with skill and aplomb. The Bear and the Dragon
  • Federal laws govern the administration of drug screens to workers in the transportation industry, including bus drivers, truckers, airline employees, and railroaders.
  • Railroaders, as did miners, sailors, stevedores, teamsters, and others, earned reputations for on- and off-the-job drinking.
  • A career railroader, Mitchell was hired by the Missouri Pacific in 1968 as a bridge and building helper.
  • Like it was for most railroaders working in and out of Russell, RU Cabin became a daily institution‚Ķ a key element in the workplace for countless train crews, yard crews, hostlers, yardmasters, and dispatchers.
  • The auxiliaries, along with the railroad brotherhoods, provided railroaders with the opportunity to consort with the temperance-minded, learn to live and work without liquor, and behave like respectable men.
  • But to get those robust salaries, railroaders put up with wearying schedules, physical work and unpredictable assignments.
  • I am sure as in many railroad homes, holiday celebrations and family get-togethers were planned around railroader's work assignments.
  • Over the last couple of years, however, the third-generation railroader has dramatically changed the way he operates trains.
  • Some are old railroaders who come back to enjoy the trains and wildflowers.
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