The report on a collision between a goods train and empty carriages about to be shunted from a siding to the main line.
This document was published on 11th November 1872 by Board of Trade.
It was written by Col. W. Yolland.
This item is linked to the Accident at Southall on 14th October 1872
The original document format was Bound Volume, and comprised 1 pages.
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"The driver's statement, that the down distant-signal was at "all right", is not confirmed by his fireman or the guard of the train, or by other persons. Both men state that they did not see it; and I think there is no reason whatever for questioning the statement of the signalman, that it was on at "danger" against this goods train."
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