Posted by Jason Wade on July 9, 2021
I first met Stuart not long after Northern was created, way back in 2004. Always helpful, cheery and wanting to make things better, he brightened up any visit to Blackpool.

Can't believe he's gone, life really can do cruel things

RIP Stuart, sleep well
Posted by Dawn Bennett on July 5, 2021
I met Stuart when I first started on the Railway in 2004 he was so welcoming and friendly, he always had a smile on his face and kind word to say, it was a pleasure to have worked with him over the years.
My thoughts are with his family at this very sad time, he will be sadly missed.
Posted by Sharon Jones on July 5, 2021
Gone far too soon ... sending love and light to Stuart's family, friends and colleagues. Rest in peace Stuart x
Posted by Stephen Royle on July 3, 2021
I trained Stuart as a Conductor when the training school was in Bolton Station years ago he always had a smile and love of life. it was a shock to hear of his death, deepest sympathies to his family, he will surely be missed.
Posted by Steve Tench on July 3, 2021
I remember Stuart starting on the railway. He approached all his various jobs in the same manor, with empathy and humour.
He started as a cleaner then a shunter before becoming a guard and a guard manager. He was the same person throughout, always the one to approach because he was a lovely man and will be very greatly missed. Rest in peace Briggsy x
Posted by Mikey Alexander on July 3, 2021
Stuart was an amazing man, manager and friend. I know he was deeply loved by his family and friends and had so much love for them also. He will be deeply missed and has been taken far too early. Sleep well kind man x
Posted by Charlotte Murray on July 2, 2021
You were so kind to me Stuart, I will miss you a lot. Heavens gained an angel. xxx
Posted by ray barrow on June 30, 2021
only worked with stuart for a short while at lime st ,very nice and gen funny man rip mate
Posted by martin keating on June 30, 2021
Deeply saddened to hear of Stuart's passing.

My sincere condolences to his family.

Thank you for sorting out BUGLE for me at Blackpool North !

A Gentleman to the core ! RIP Stuart
Posted by Patricia Goodman on June 30, 2021
Rest in peace Stuart a decent Manager and a thoroughly nice man will be missed by many.
Thoughts with all his family and friends.
Posted by dave devaney on June 30, 2021
Having only known Stuart since Jan 2021, when he joined our Liverpool Lime Street's Op's Team, Stuart has been a breath of fresh air with his kindness, sense of humour, quick wit and the we’ve had so many laughs in the short time he was with us.
My condolences to all of Stuart’s family, friends and Railway Colleagues who ever had the pleasure of knowing him. Fly high in the Railway in the sky R.I.P. Stuart.
Posted by Steve Turner on June 29, 2021
It was a pleasure knowing you and being in your company Stupots. It was even more of a pleasure ribbing you about PNE results!

The Dunes won't be the same. Rest easy my friend.
Posted by Erin Malone on June 29, 2021
Thank you for all our belly laughs at Blackpool depot. Not only did we have all those laughs, you also gave me some really good advice when I needed it and picked me up when I was feeling down with your big bubbly personality. You will be sadly missed - things just won't be the same without you. Stuart adored his wife Julie and family and was a great Grandad too. Sending all my love to the family during this sad time. xxxx
Posted by Kimberley Land on June 29, 2021
Sincere condolences to Stuart's family,friends,colleagues
It was a pleasure to have worked alongside Stuart at Liverpool Lime Street
We had some good belly laughs throughout the shift
Fly high Stuart x
Posted by Illyas Selant on June 29, 2021
Was an absolute pleasure to have worked with and known Stuart , he will be sadly missed .
Condolences to Alex and the family.

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