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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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There were snipers in the trees opposite and they could now see our boats, but we got to the other side where I relieved a signalman who had been on his own for days in a hole.
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The rule set out that the a member of the stationary train was to go report to the signalman and notify him that the train was in the station.
The last station master and signalman was Peter Short, who used part of the site to run a coal business after it closed, and used some of the station buildings to house railway items as a museum.
The investigation also concluded that a signalman left work early and failed to warn drivers of delays because of the water buffalo on the track.
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A signalman spotted her and the train did an emergency stop.
In "Nitelites," young Lad imagines he is a railway signalman, waving firefly "lanterns" in the air as trains rush past in the dark night.
He remained in the Naval reserves for 20 years, starting as a signalman and retiring as a lieutenant commander.
The Fenland District Council driver should have phoned a signalman before opening the gates at the unmanned Silt Drove crossing.
Little is known about David, once a signalman in the military, and all efforts to trace his relatives have failed.