Christopher Ellice, Board Chairman and director of the company. Longtime railway enthusiast with a love of steam. Has worked on several preserved railways before coming to the Museum. He deals largely with the administrative side of things, especially trying to source redundant railway equipment.

Mark Bowman, director and trustee. Another dedicated railway enthusiast, he has moved from 71/4in steam railway in his garden into the ‘big time’.

Mark is the Museum’s civil engineer and has responsibility of recreating the station and its environment as a ‘station frozen in time’, reflecting the way things were.

Chris Oram, trustee. Chris is the Museum’s Mr Fix It. Officially he is the Carriage & Wagon Superintendent but turns his hand to many other things such as creating replica station signs and lamps.