On Friday afternoons, Christopher Stuchbury liked to bring a smile to people in need.
UK Government Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has vowed to meet loved ones of those killed in the Stonehaven derailment– and ensure no other family has to suffer the way they have.
August 12, 2020, will be a day forever etched into the memory of north-east residents.
In the aftermath of the Stonehaven derailment, our readers asked exactly what happened, how it happened, and why. We spoke to a panel of some of the UK's leading rail experts, and leaders of rail unions, to find out.
‘Dad truly was one of a kind’: Family of smiling conductor Donald Dinnie killed in Stonehaven rail crash say he will never be forgotten
The family of smiling conductor Donald Dinnie have spoken publicly for the first time about the “laid back dad” who died doing the job he loved.
The head of a transport trade union has written to the Rail Accident and Investigation Branch (RAIB) to “raise concerns” relating to the fatal train derailment near Stonehaven.
Passengers and rail staff from across the UK today held a one-minute silence in honour of the three north-east men who lost their lives in the Stonehaven train tragedy.
Nearly £20,000 has been raised to support the families of those who died in the Stonehaven train derailment.
The train driver and conductor killed in yesterday's Stonehaven train derailment have been named as Brett McCullough and Donald Dinnie.