Funeral for Yorkshire Moors railway death man

Robert Lund
Image caption Mr Lund' was said to be a "keen railway enthusiast"

The funeral has taken place of a former policeman who died while working on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

Robert Lund, 65, died after he became trapped between two carriages while working as a volunteer guard at Grosmont Station on 21 May.

His funeral service took place Beverley Minster. A reduced service was running on the railway so staff and fellow volunteers could attend.

Mr Lund, of Beverley, East Yorkshire, retired from Humberside Police in 1997.

He continued to work as a civilian in the force until last year.

In a statement, a spokesman for the moors railway said Mr Lund was a "much-loved and respected colleague".

He said staff and volunteers appreciated the "support and understanding" of travellers and apologised for any inconvenience caused by the timetable changes .

Following his death, Mr Lund's family described him as a "a caring husband and father" and "keen railway enthusiast".

His death is not being treated as suspicious.

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