signalman


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signalman

1. a railway employee in charge of the signals and points within a section
2. a man who sends and receives signals, esp in the navy
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The spokeswoman said public safety had not been at risk by the signalman.
A Railtrack spokeswoman said: "A signalman has been suspended following an investigation.
Signalman Rich said they had been very hopeful of getting the pounds 3,600 in time.
A SIGNALMAN is one of many rail employees with fears over safety.
The crossing is a user-controlled one, where people have to make contact with the signalman if they want to cross.
A RAILWAY signalman who "nodded off" at work after boozing was yesterday jailed for 60 days.
9Tony stopped the train and put on his orange safety vest before climbing out of the cab to walk along the track to the nearest phone from where he could report the incident to the signalman.
Police were called to the box at Lancing station, West Sussex, and the signalman was arrested.
Sent to the Far East as a 21-year-old signalman in 1944, the World War II veteran, from Cardiff, crossed the Burmese jungle hiding from Japanese snipers as he radioed back vital information to the Allies trying to prevent Nazis from invading India.
Sent to the Far East as a 21-yearold signalman in 1944, the World War II veteran, from Cardiff, crossed the Burmese jungle hiding from Japanese snipers as he radioed back vital information to the Allies trying to prevent Nazis from invading India.
Grenadier Military Antiques Auctions will auction the flag as part of a group that also includes a flare gun owned by late USN signalman third class, his 1945 written personal account of the D-Day landings and the preparation in England for the invasion, and several photographs.
After serving his time as signal lad at Thornaby East he was appointed relief signalman, covering Northallerton to West Hartlepool, to the Guisborough junction at Middlesbrough.