Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen

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Full name Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen
Founded 1901
Members 12,000
Affiliation AFL-CIO, CLC
Key people Floyd E. Mason, president
Office location Front Royal, Virginia, United States
Country United States, Canada

The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS) is a labor union in the United States. It represents workers who install and maintain railroad signal systems and highway-rail crossing warning systems on rail transport networks. Founded in 1901, it has a membership of approximately 12,000. It also represents employees who build railroad signal equipment.

The BRS is affiliated with the AFL–CIO and is a member of its Transportation Trades Department. Its headquarters is in Front Royal, Virginia.

Floyd E. Mason was elected President of the Brotherhood August 8, 2018, and has served since 1988. Jerry C. Boles has served as Secretary-Treasurer since 2011. Vice Presidents include: Joe Mattingly, Kelly Haley John D. Bragg, Mike Baldwin, Jim Finnegan, and Tim Tarrant. <Progressive Railroading August 13, 2018></ref>

External links

  • Official website
  • Brotherhood Of Railroad Signalmen Memorabilia held at the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives,Cornell University Library
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