75 fatalities, 0 injured
This accident has been the subject of a published formal accident investigation, which you will find below.
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|Tay Bridge Disaster: Report Of The Court of Inquiry, and Report Of Mr. Rothery, Upon the Circumstances Attending the Fall of a Portion of the Tay Brid...||30th Jun 1880|
|The Tay Bridge Disaster: Correspondance in The Times||10th Jul 1880|
|Observations of Major-General Hutchinson||12th Jul 1880|
|At The Council Chamber, Whitehall||15th Jul 1880|
|Tay Bridge Disaster: Appendix to the Report Of The Court of Inquiry||4th Aug 1880|
|Report from the Select Committee on the North British Railway (Tay Bridge) Bill; Together with the Proceedings of the Committee, and Minutes of Eviden...||4th Aug 1880|
|Wind Pressure (Railway Structures) Commission||20th May 1881|
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|Tay disaster train driver tribute||11:45 on 20th Apr 2011|
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