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stationmaster

, station manager
the senior official in charge of a railway station
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Jeffrey Holland is the old stationmaster in the spooky Ghost Train |
EVERY TRAIN IN BANGLADESH IS LATE," the stationmaster said, "but not the train to Hili, the train to Hili is always on time.
Who played the stationmaster in the 1970 film version of The Railway Children?
Here, the Railway Protection Force men took her to the stationmaster and after giving her first aid, the GRP took her to Nair Hospital.
Left: In July 1987 Conwy''s last stationmaster, Richard Hywel Hughes, who retired in 1981, had a chance to revive fond memories, when he welcomed the first train for 21 years to stop in Conwy.
22," which includes a second level that served as living quarters for the stationmaster and his family.
The stories - all backed up by evidence from newspaper reports of the time - include: * A man mysteriously vomiting a swarm of wasps; * An elderly gent gored by an angry elephant - in Aberdare; and * A stationmaster killed at his desk by a flying rock.
Regarding disciplinary offences, the police force has launched investigations and already suspended its own members being, the fire service chief, his deputy, the commander of the special unit dealing with catastrophes, (EMAK), and an EMAK deputy stationmaster.
Singh, the stationmaster at Kechki railway station, and Surinder, a porter, was abducted by the Maoists on Sunday morning.
The chairman also commended the services of Naib stationmaster Mustafa, awarding him Rs.
There is no stationmaster, ticket checkers or Group D staff either.
THREE children are taken to live in the countryside by their mother, making acquaintance of the local stationmaster and eventually helping save lives by stopping a train crash.