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The current station head and the 71-year-old widow of an assistant stationmaster who died in the attack placed flowers on a temporary altar set up for offerings.
Louise, the oldest of nineteen children, was married to a railroad stationmaster.
The stationmaster was understanding and helped the man get a ticket back to Paris.
Ray Klopp, in the stationmaster’s office, had taken the call from Feeney.
The stationmaster bicycles ahead of them to issue a warning at the watering hole; the residents begin to whisper.
The stationmaster bicycles ahead of them to issue a warning at the watering hole
Yet behind the loud affability, the flights on Concorde, the Jaguars and Rolls Royces and the glamorous wives, was a stationmaster’s son from Suffolk.
Born in eastern England 1930, the son of a railway stationmaster, Hall began directing as a student at Cambridge University.
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Definition of stationmaster for English Language Learners
: an official who is in charge of the operation of a railroad station
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