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The report into the collision between two passenger trains at Hyde in 1990.
This document was published on 15th November 1991 by Health and Safety Executive.
It was written by Her Majesty's Railway Inspectorate.
This item is linked to the Accident at Hyde North Junction on 22nd August 1990
The original document format was PDF File, and comprised 15 pages.
This document was kindly sourced from Ian Brightmore and is in our Accident reports collection. It was added to the Archive on 9th November 2006.
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"At approximately 09.50 two diesel multiple unit passenger trains collided head-on at low speed at Hyde North Junction. Of the 42 passengers on the trains, 28 required hospital treatment for minor injuries and all except one, who was kept in hospital overnight, were released after treatment."
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Report on the Accident at Haverhill on 29th November 1919
15th November 1991
A Report of a Train Accident that occurred on 22 August 1990 at Hyde North Junction in the London Midland Region of British Railways...
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