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Definition funny of Shunter:

urbanfilthy slag

urbancheck her out, i can see her lunch from here, dirty shunter

urbanThe man on the giving end of anal sex. See also grunter.

urbanAre you the grunter or the shunter, Billy?

urbanUnscrupulous cad or bounder. Not restrained by common decency nor moral fibre. Unafraid to promote unwarranted tickets to a Chris Rea concert.

urban"George W Bush? That f^^king shunter?" "I refuse to let myself get bullied into going to that Chris Rea gig by that bunch of f^^king shunters." "Piss off you shunter."

urbanearly 70's to late 80's UK slang word for penis.

songs

Songs about Shunter:

songsThe Honking Shunter by Danny Fromajio from the Album Happy Now

songsShunters Yard by The Lentil Collective from the Album Drawings of Clouds

books

Books about Shunter:

booksBritain's Diesel Shunters by Hugh Llewelyn (Jun 19, 2014)

booksDiesel Shunters The Unsung Heroes of Britain's Railways by Hugh Llewelyn (Jun 10, 2014)

booksShunter Duties by John Castle (Dec 31, 1998)

booksShunter Duties by John Castle and Ron Wood (Jun 1982)

booksShunters at Work: Creating a World in a Railway Yard (Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology) by Birgitta Edelman (Sep 1997)

booksShunter Duties by John Castle and Ron Wood (1985)

booksPictorial Record of the Diesel Shunter by Colin J. Marsden (Apr 25, 1981)

movies

Movies about Shunter:

moviesThe Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club: Complete Series 1 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs 50 mins Starring: Bernard Manning, Colin Crompton, et al. Directed by: John Scholz-Conway

moviesThe Wheeltappers And Shunters Social Club - Series 2 -

moviesThe Wheeltappers And Shunters Social Club - Series 3 -

wiki

Wiki information Shunter:

Switcher

A switcher or shunter is a small railroad locomotive intended not for moving trains over long distances but rather for assembling trains ready for a road locomotive to take over, disassembling a train that has been brought in, and generally moving...

Shunting

Shunting, in railway operations, is the process of sorting items of rolling stock into complete train sets or consists, or the reverse. In the United States this is known as "switching". The occupation of shunter/switcher is particularly dangerous...