Category:Signalmen (rail)

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English: A signalman determines the movement of trains on railroads. The position is also called signaller, area controller, or network controller. This person determines when a train may continue down a track, by controlling or holding the railway signals. This person is often also the switchman, who operates the railroad switches.
A woman railway worker operating the signals in a siding on the Great Central Railway in Birmingham during 1918. Q28148.jpg
employee of a railway transport network
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