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  • noun Plural form of railroader.

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Examples

  • Both Jay and I were avid model railroaders, and I suggested we call it the same name as the windowed observation post on a railroad caboose - which we did not know.

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  • As for the transcontinental railroad it should be noted that the Union Pacific made little progress west until General Grenville M. Dodge (ret.) took over construction after the Civil War and introduced the construction methods developed by Union Army railroaders during the war by hiring many veterans of the U.S.

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  • The new railroaders had to climb a steep—and often very expensive—learning curve.

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  • As a general practitioner he is enmeshed in the tangled histories of local ranchers, housewives, railroaders, big-game operators and real-estate swindlers, all going about their business in contemporary Big Sky country.

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  • The stated purpose is hospitality, not leisure, though not all railroaders have seen it that way.

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  • I gather that for most model railroaders hard at work on their layouts, their trains ride through an idealized America frozen in time somewhere between the early 1930s and the late 1950s.

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  • I gather that for most model railroaders hard at work on their layouts, their trains ride through an idealized America frozen in time somewhere between the early 1930s and the late 1950s.

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  • In those days, well-meaning railroaders were happy to stop a freight train for passengers, especially if a person looked in need.

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  • He often told of receiving orders reading, "USE CAUTION IN VICTORIA YARD43 (or some other large number) RATTLESNAKES KILLED TODAY" In rattlesnake country, railroaders had to be especially careful.

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  • In those days, well-meaning railroaders were happy to stop a freight train for passengers, especially if a person looked in need.

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