The report on the derailment of a goods train at Felthouse Junction in 1910.
This document was published on 26th February 1910 by Board of Trade.
It was written by Lieut. Col. P. G. von Donop.
This item is linked to the Accident at Felthouse Junction on 19th January 1910
The original document format was Bound Volume, and comprised 5 pages.
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"In this case, as the 8.10 p.m. up goods train from Wexford South to Killinick Junction, consisting of an engine, tender, and 16 vehicles, was passing through Felthouse Junction, the engine, tender, and seven leading vehicles of the train left the rails. The engine was thrown over on its side, and the fireman, who appears to have jumped from it, was caught under it and was killed instantaneously; the driver was also considerably injured."
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