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stationmaster

, station manager
the senior official in charge of a railway station
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I've got my exercise bike and television down there," said Julia; SPACE AGE: The four-bedroom property was built in about 1910 and is believed to have been owned by the stationmaster
A special word for David Goode, standing in with the book as the stationmaster.
Perks the stationmaster is played by Alistair Cheetham and his children by Jay Jone, Amelia Fielding, Lily Fielding and Charlotte Town.
Jailed David Harper is pictured as iconic stationmaster The Fat Controller in an advert for a Thomas the Tank Engine theme ride under the headline "Fun in the Forest".
I believe William was stationmaster at Whitley Bay.
Today's photograph, above, shows stationmaster D Ewart and porter W Charlton at Heddon on the Wall railway station where the flowers won the LNER prize for the best kept station garden.
Her grandfather, George Henry Whittaker, was stationmaster at Guisborough from about 1913 onwards.
I called the ticket collector and he got the stationmaster and explained what had happened.
Stationmaster Hamish Lunn, who died aged 72 last March, was devoted to the railway.
Lahke t' tahme wen 'e wer waitin' fer t' train at 'is looacal station an' t' stationmaster an' t' pooarter wer laikin cricket durin' ther dinner break.
I remember one of my worst times was when they lost out on promotion to the Second Division to Newport County in the late 1930s, " said Mr Hall, the former deputy stationmaster at Cardiff Station.
Jean Walker was born in Stirling, the third of five children, and arrived at Meigle, where her father Charles Smyth was stationmaster, via postings with the Caledonian Railway to Crieff and Jordanstone.