Dermot appointed Tramway Village volunteer

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Dermot Kelly has been appointed to the voluntary position of permanent way engineer at Crich Tramway Village.

Dermot, a chartered engineer, will have overall responsibility for managing the museum’s track infrastructure, from ensuring it is safe for day to day operation to planning and executing track upgrades and renewals.

Neil White, engineering manager at Crich Tramway Village, said: “Dermot’s role at the museum is purely voluntary. In his professional life he is a senior project manager for Balfour Beatty Rail (technologies), responsible for winning and executing specialist consultancy work on all aspects of permanent way. We are very appreciative that Dermot is prepared to bring his considerable experience and contacts to help the museum maintain and improve its track infrastructure, and we welcome him to the Tramway family.”

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