VILLAGERS are campaigning to restore Railway King George Hudson’s grave in a North Yorkshire village - and his reputation.
A DESCENDANT of railway king George Hudson - the magnate who made York a vital rail hub - has travelled from her home in Canada to York’s National Railway Museum to uncover the story behind his controversial past.
Our nostalgia tour of York takes us to Rougier Street and George Hudson Street (also known as Railway Street).
A FLEDGLING cafe chain based in York is about to launch its third branch, just over two years after the first opened its doors.
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IN 2013, a cast of hundreds brought Blood + Chocolate to the streets of York. It told the story of York's chocolate factories - and of what happened to the young men who worked there when they went off to fight in the First World War.
NAMESAKES of York railway king George Hudson are being invited to a unique event in the city next month.
NAMESAKES of York’s railway king George Hudson are being invited to a special event in the city next month.
THIS is a golden opportunity for the city fathers to ensure that George Hudson, The Railway King, is properly commemorated by naming the Teardrop site as the George Hudson Centre.