List of Rail Accidents (before 1900)

Lists of rail accidents
Before 1900
1930–1949 • 1950–1959
1960–1969 • 1970–1979
1980–1989 • 1990–1999
2000–2009 • 2010–2019

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List Of Rail Accidents (before 1900) - 1890s - 1899
... March 11,1899 Rakaia railway accidentTwo excursion trains which were returning from Ashburton to Christchurch collided when the second train rear-ended the first four passengers ... The accidentled to the fitting of air brakes to rolling stock and improved signalling ... September,1899 St ...

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