The family of a rail worker, who died after becoming trapped between two trains in North Yorkshire, has paid tribute to him.
65-year-old Robert Lund died on Monday at Grosmont Station on the North York Moors Railway. He was a volunteer, who had started out a s a ticket inspector before progressing to a train guard.
– The Lund family
Robert was a reliable and caring husband and father who was always a keen railway enthusiast and enjoyed playing for the Humberside Police rugby team. He retired as a serving officer from the force in 1997 and continued to work as a civilian until his retirement last year. We would appreciate peace and quiet to remember Robert during this difficult time.
Officers from the British Transport Police were called to the station on Monday along with paramedics. Mr Lund was pronounced dead at the scene. The Rail Accident Investigation Branch has been informed.