Updated 24th Jun
On This Day in History - 1938: The London & North East Railways' locomotive 'Mallard' breaks the world rail speed record by travelling at 126mph
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0 fatalities, 0 injured
This accident has been the subject of a published formal accident investigation, which you will find below.
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|Southall East Junction Report and Recommendations||2003|
|Derailment of First Great Western high speed train at Southall East on Sunday 24 November 2002||Apr 2006|
|Link||Date & Time|
|Rail firms guilty over derailment||12:45 on 12th Apr 2006|
|Firms await derailed train ruling||09:45 on 9th Jun 2006|
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