The report on the collision of a light engine with a passenger train at Cowlairs in 1923.
This document was published on 10th July 1923 by Ministry of Transport.
It was written by Lieut. Col. A. H. L. Mount.
This item is linked to the Accident at Cowlairs on 2nd June 1923
The original document format was Bound Volume, and comprised 4 pages.
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"An express passenger light engine, running tender first, due to work the 6 p.m. up passenger train from Queen Street, Glasgow, to Edinburgh, after being permitted to leave Eastfield Shed, was proceeding upon the down main line towards Queen Street, when it collided with the rear of the 2.42 p.m. down passenger train, Ladybank to Queen Street, which was standing at Cowlairs Central home signal.
Twenty-eight passengers in the train, its driver and guard subsequently complained of shock or minor injury."
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