Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A person engaged in the management or operation of a railroad or railroads; one employed in or about the running of railroad-trains or the general business of a railroad.
- n. an employee of a railroad
- railroad + -er (Wiktionary)
“Pop was also a railroader which may have had something to do with the TO's decision, I'll never know!”
“Ironically, his father doesn't want him to be a railroader.”
“Fortunately, as a model railroader, I had an answer.”
“It was a logical present given that I have always been a model railroader myself, though with smaller scale trains (HO and now N) and a different approach (for example, I fabricated my own track rather than buying it).”
“I never expected him to be a model railroader, especially modeling US prototypes.”
“As a fellow model railroader I am into O guage and when my father passed away I inherited his collection.”
“How the heck did you find my little boy on this big beach?" asked Alex's grandpa, a retired Illinois railroader.”
“He had been a soldier, a railroader, a state archivist, a union organizer, founder of a homeless shelter and homeless himself.”
“Eric was a friend via my father, who was also a railroader.”
“Explained to me by a person in the know, to belong to a railroader.”
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