Do they take me for a locomotive that has to have flagmen ahead of it?
Conductors shall see that flagmen have these signals when they go on duty.
Some day we shall find time to instruct our flagmen uniformly.
At last the flagmen (I forget what the Spanish name for them is) rushed in and flung their little darts into the animal's side.
The flagmen would hastily open their windows and look at the screeching train.
Banks of roses on either side, bridges with piers of bronze, and flagmen clad in cloth-of-gold.
In all cases above mentioned it shall be the first and immediate duty of conductors to see that flagmen obey this rule.
If there were ten single trains and I doubled up, I saved five conductors and five flagmen and ten brakemen.
In regard to the classification mentioned in the paper, I will say this, that there is no classification in brakemen or flagmen.
It is a train that does a great deal of work, and we require two flagmen.