The trackmen raced for the nearest openings, and dove after.
Carpenters followed the drillers, trackmen coming closely after.
Shopmen, freight handlers, trackmen, and car-repairers were still out.
That could be seen by anyone, and the officials and trackmen gathered around while a careful measurement was taken.
The trackmen parted only long enough to give way to the advancing cars.
Trackmen at the bridge Tuesday night flagged Number One and reported the river wild, and sheet ice running.
How about the other men who work the railroad—the despatchers, the shop-forces, the gangs of trackmen—all of them?
On the Canadian Pacific seventeen per cent of the total force of trackmen is Chinese.
Refuge niches for trackmen, and ladders to the top of the bench are provided at frequent intervals.
The remains of many cars lay in heaps along the curve, and the trackmen like firebugs ran in and out of them.