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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pilotman
Literary usage of Pilotman
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rules and Regulations to be Observed by All Members of the New Zealand by New Zealand Railways (1907)
"Until the regular Badge can be obtained the pilotman must wear a Red Flag tied ... One of these, signed by the pilotman, he must deliver, in the presence of ..."
2. Railway Working and Appliances: To which are Added a Chapter and Diagram on by Edward S. Hadley (1909)
"No train is allowed to enter upon the single line unless the pilotman is ... Before, however, the pilotman takes control of the train- working in this way, ..."
3. Railway Management at Stations by Edmund B. Ivatts (1898)
"A pilotman wearing a red cap or rod jacket is usually placed in charge of the engine and, for fear of an accident, no train is allowed to pass over the ..."