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The report on the collision of a passenger train with buffer stops at Haverhill in 1919.
This document was published on 22nd December 1919 by Ministry of Transport.
It was written by Major J. W. Pringle.
This item is linked to the Accident at Haverhill on 29th November 1919
The original document format was Bound Volume, and comprised 2 pages.
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"The 6.47 a.m. down passenger train (ex Sudbury) started from the platform, and ran into buffer stops at the end of a siding road. I regret to report that one passenger was fatally injured, and four others suffered in a less degree, or complained of shock."
22nd December 1919
Report on the Accident at Haverhill on 29th November 1919
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