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While the car driver can and does maintain the independent control of the vehicle and must apply the brakes to prevent the vehicle from passing the red flashing lights, the Metro trainman is subject to an automatic and electronically controlled system of timed speed limits, which is triggered by the train's front bogie wheels setting the system in motion, 200m in advance of the crossing lights.
This amounted to about $30,600, with each trainman receiving $1,700 of the total.
And Katlev the foreman blurts out to the trainman "My family has no place to hide.
Like his father, a trainman who suffered from visions of a man walking on the tracks, Adria, too, has regular sightings of his double, a brother he never had.
Thus, the Merovingian, the Oracle, the Keymaker (Randall Duk Kim), the Trainman (Bruce Spence), and others serve varying interests for and against the dominant structure.
Meanwhile, Bulcsu finds inspiration of sorts in Szofi (Eszter Balla), a vision of loveliness in a never-explained bear suit who's the daughter of kindly but perpetually tipsy trainman Bela (Lajos Kovacs).
Earlier, we briefly revisited the mysterious Frenchman (Lambert Wilson) and his bosomy sidekick Persephone (Monica Bellucci), and made the acquaintance of the gungy Trainman (Bruce Spence).
The lead plaintiff, Jackie Fitzgerald of La Grande, is an Air Force and gulf war veteran who has worked as a Union Pacific trainman since 1998.
The last days of steam: braking on the Canadian National Railway, Fort Rouge & Transcona, 1951-1960: the memoirs, photos and memorabilia of trainman Allan B.
Most of those workers were unskilled laborers, but African Americans were also well represented in semiskilled positions, such as fireman and trainman, particularly in the South.
The Piccadilly Line trainman, who is in his thirties, said: "It was a nightmare.
The plaintiff class representatives are Brandi Standridge, a 25-year-old trainman and engineer for Union Pacific who lives in Pocatello, Idaho and Kenya Phillips, a 32-year-old engineer who lives near Kansas City, Mo.
Atwal The Architect Helmut Bakaitis Bane Ian Bliss Seraph Collin Chou Maggie Essie Davis Trainman Bruce Spence Kid Clayton Watson
The duties of firemen changed when diesels replaced steam power in road freight service, and railway officials argued that some of the remaining tasks overlapped with those of the head-end trainman.
The plaintiff class representatives are: Brandi Standridge, a 25-year-old trainman and engineer for Union Pacific who lives in Pocatello, Idaho, and Kenya Phillips, a 32-year-old engineer who lives near Kansas City, Mo.