Thesaurus / trainman

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Bob, shaking the rain off his coat, nodded absent-mindedly and the trainman went forward while Bob returned to the Pullman.

In his extremity he thought he would try giving it to the trainman just before he reached his stop.

The Daughter of the StorageWilliam Dean Howells

His name was Hessler and his rescuer was a trainman named Carney.

The Johnstown HorrorJames Herbert Walker

Then, when he was gone, the trainman came and asked me if I knew who he was.

Abroad at HomeJulian Street

The trainman had got no further than the rear of the train, when the lamp gave a final flicker.

"And it's a priest he's cryin' for, sir," groaned the trainman, as he came up to the Monsignor.

The Art of DisappearingJohn Talbot Smith

Bob was alone in the observation lounge without even a trainman in the car.

The trainman, a sober-faced fellow, answered dryly, “All I had.”

Whispering SmithFrank H. Spearman

The trainman climbed up on a box and sat whittling a stick and watching Olive out of a pair of shrewd Irish blue eyes.

Take the brakeman—they call him trainman nowadays in the passenger service.

The Modern RailroadEdward Hungerford

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