Sun 23 November 2014, The Guardian

‘I spent my life believing I had cerebral palsy’

By Harriet Sherwood
David Hayes at the National Railway Museum, York, in front of the Mallard, once driven by his father. His own dreams of being a train driver were dashed when he was misdiagnosed as having cerebral palsy as a child. Photograph: Gary Calton/Guardian
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