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- Here the flagman pulls the caboose's coupling pin and brakes its speed with a measured twirl of the brake wheel as the cars ahead roll into the inspection track.
- Flagmen cleared the road in front of the processing bands.
- Fourteen flagmen and two state troopers directed traffic around the plane as it was towed.
- I try to calm myself by running through the flagman's signals: Green flag to start.
- He often made many visits to schools and hospitals in Indiana and Wisconsin, explaining the role of a flagman.
- During the time that the truck was lying on its side, the road was at all times passable to local traffic and flagmen were in place to manage traffic flow.
- Less than 5 minutes before we departed, I heard the conductor calling to the flagman who was still in the baggage car.
- Brown did immediately wave his red flag - a signal for flagman Ken Evans, positioned further down the course, to stop the runners.
- He evoked memories with stories of planes landing on tracks, 13 year-old flagmen holding up traffic where a public street crossed a track during races, and making money.
- The flagman hits the dirt to protect the train's rear, while the conductor walks ahead to check the operations around the bend.
- The flagman who by the way did an outstanding job didn't know who won the race.
- The advance flagman, who stands 100 yards down the course, claimed he had waved his flag but the jockeys said they had not seen him.
- Whenever a train operator sees a flag, light or a flagman, the operator knows not only to slow the train to 10 mph, but also to carefully observe the tracks for workers performing their duties.
- At the western end the flagman cuts off his caboose and stands at the hand-brake, easing down the speed.
- There are no rules and the only official is the flagman hired to wave the cars off at the start.
- When I began racing, we still used a flagman as a starter, and there was another guy at the finish line who tried to judge who won.
- Traffic has been reduced to one-lane and is controlled by flagmen during working hours and traffic lights at all other times.
- Flagmen were in place to manage traffic flow.