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
5 fatalities, unknown number of injured
This accident has been the subject of a published formal accident investigation, which you will find below.
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|Copy of the Report of the Officer appointed by the Commissioners of Railways, to inquire into the Circumstances attending the Fatal Accident which occ...||16th Jun 1851|
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