a person employed in the operation or management of a railroad.
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How to use railroader in a sentence
He was an old railroader—had been a-workin' on th' Old Colony one way and another for more'n twenty years.The Aztec Treasure-House | Thomas Allibone Janvier
Such requirements take away from the special training that is to-day needed for every high-class railroader.
Good, plucky, valiant railroader that he is, he is sure to think the whole outfit in the general offices a set of arrant fools.
This schedule acts in conjunction with certain simple fundamental rules of operation, the A, B, C of every railroader.
He had, like any trained railroader, been listening to the clattering telegraph key.