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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrailwaymanrail‧way‧man /ˈreɪlweɪmən/ noun (plural railwaymen /-mən/) [countable] British English  someone who works on a train or railway
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railwaymanHe proved himself to be thoroughly professional as a railwayman and ruthless as a manager.Was this the shade of a railwayman visiting his former workplace?Its present director is Sidney Newey, a successful career railwayman who sees almost endless possibilities for new routes.As a former railwayman, I read the views of the Ramblers Association with some scepticism.Now 17, Graeme joined ScotRail as a junior railwayman shortly after the incident.The studio was once part of a railway company property and that is where the old railwayman comes in.Some railwayman must have opened the doors, perhaps sensing he was in trouble.This young man died about ten years ago and the railwayman maybe thirty years before.
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