Railway fanatic 'crushed to death after steam train slipped into wrong gear and trapped him between carriages' Robert Lund, 65, crushed while working on North Yorkshire Moors Railway Retired police officer standing behind train that took off in wrong directionPathologist said that he died of 'extreme' injuries to chest and abdomen By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 19:20 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:05 GMT, 31 January 2013 A steam train enthusiast was crushed to death when a train took off in the wrong direction while he was standing behind it, trapping him between two carriages. Retired police officer Robert Lund, 65, died almost instantly from 'extreme' chest and abdominal injuries, an inquest heard today. He had been helping a fellow volunteer uncouple carriages at Grosmont station, when he signalled for the driver to take off.
'We've been watching over each other for 90 years – but that's what twins are for': Identical brothers celebrate 'twincredible' 90th birthday in home they still shareAlbert and Fred Trethewey both midfielders in football and shared interests They joined the RAF on the same day aged 15 and served in UK and IndiaRetired together and worked for their brother-in-law's steam boat company | UPDATED: 20:00 GMT, 10 December 2012 Albert and Fred Trethewey were born 45 minutes apart – but have been together almost every minute ever since. They shared the same interests at school, took turns to play right midfield in the football team – and joined the RAF on the same day