Rail Crash

Some articles on rail crash, rail, crash:

Pécrot Rail Crash
... The Pécrot rail crash was a rail accident in the village of Pécrot (adjoining the village of Sint-Agatha-Rode), Belgium, that occurred on 27 March 2001 when two passenger trains collided head-on ... The rail crash was Belgium's worst train disaster in a quarter century ...
Scottish Region Of British Railways - Major Accidents
... Paisley Gilmour Street rail crash of 16 April 1979 - killed 7 ... Invergowrie rail crash of 22 October 1979 - killed 5 ... Polmont rail crash of 30 July 1984 - killed 13 ...
Accidents - Caused By Lack of Track Circuits
... have been prevented by the provision of track circuits, including Norton Fitzwarren rail crash (1890) Redfern (1894) - incorrectly set signal Hawes Junction rail crash (1910 ...
InterCity 125 - Developments and Changes - Damaged Vehicles and Accidents
43011 was written off in the Ladbroke Grove rail crash, 43019 was written off after the Ufton Nervet rail crash, and 43173 was scrapped at Pig's Bay in Essex ... or their drivers, although the set involved in the Ladbroke Grove crash had a faulty AWS system however, the Southall accident was due to the HST and a ... HST's route to danger.The immediate cause of the crash was the result of the driver of the HST passing a red signal without stopping ...
List Of Accidents And Disasters By Death Toll - Rail Accidents and Disasters
... Rail accidents and incidents with 90+ deaths +1,700 – Sri Lanka tsunami-rail disaster (Sri Lanka, 2004) 800–1000 – Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne derailment (France, 1917) 600. 192 – Muamba rail disaster (Mozambique, 2002) 186 – Genthin train disaster (Genthin, Germany, December 22, 1939) 185 – Aracaju train crash, (Aracaju, Sergipe, Brazil, March 20 ... India, 1997) / Yaoundé train explosion (Cameroon, 1998) 119 – Anchieta rail disaster (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1952) 118 – Stéblová train disaster (Czechosl ...

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