In Memory of


Martin Osman

Martin Osman tragically passed away on 14 July 2021, following a collision with a car during a cycle race. 

Martin was a competitive racing cyclist and this was his real passion. 

Martin was much loved and respected throughout the rail industry, working at RSSB for over 15 years as a Lead Vehicle Dynamics Engineer. 

You are invited to share your positive memories of Martin as a friend and colleague and as a Professional Engineer.

Book Owner: Louise Delaney
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Darren Fitzgerald

Having joined RSSB in April, I did not get the opportunity to get to know Martin as well as I would have liked to. On joining RSSB, Martin was allocated as my support contact and understandably so – I learnt an incredible amount from him in a very short space of time. His friendly …


Cliff Cork

I interviewed and appointed Martin to the role of Vehicle Specialist when he joined RSSB all those years ago.  I worked alongside him and was a very valuable and great member of my team.  He took on new challenges well and always researched each project thoroughly and delivered great results.  More recently, in his …

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Lawrence Pearce

I first met Martin when i was 14 when we became great team mates,we rode many races together in the early days of CC Eclipse. I watched in ore with his shear turn of speed and amazing talent on a bike. he was one hell of a bike rider. who done great things for …


Ian Glover

It was with deep sadness that I learnt of Martin’s passing.  I have worked with Martin on a number of projects with RSSB and was looking forward to meeting him in later this year as part of a Freightliner project he had been helping me with. Martin was always approachable knowledgable and engaging.  I …


Neil Mannall

Having left the rail industry several years ago know, I have only just learnt this tragic news. I have fond memories of talking with Martin at Vampire user and training days, and answering his software support queries. He was such a friendly and kind-hearted guy, and will leave a big hole in the lives …


Maria G

Such sad news.I have know Martin in the time I was working in RSSB and is so sad that he has gone .   My deepest condolences go to his family and friends, thinking of them as this difficult time. …


Rachel Palmer

what are we going to do without that cheeky smile and giggle?   I miss you. Ride fast dearest brother-in-law. My heart hurts for all those left behind but you go before us and make way.  see ya soon but til then we have your family close and loved.  …


Mark Phillips

Martin’s life cut short so suddenly, pursuing a sport he loved has been tragic and a sad shock to us all at RSSB. Martin was a highly valued colleague at RSSB and will be missed across the railway family. RSSB Board Director colleagues and I pass on our deepest condolences to Martin’s family and …



I have known Martin since he started in RSSB and worked with him and his passing is a big shock. It’s so sad to hear that he has gone. I will miss Martin, he was a genuinely nice person, never said a bad word about anyone, he was great to have in the team, …



Such sad news. My condolences to family and friends. Martin was a nice colleague. Always patient and generous with his knowledge. Rest in peace.  …


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