Updated 2nd May
On This Day in History - 1830: Robert Stephenson's 'Invicta' powers the world's first regular passenger service, between Canterbury and Whitstable
18 fatalities, 61 injured
This accident has been the subject of a published formal accident investigation, which you will find below.
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|Accident Returns: Extract for the Accident at Shrewsbury on 15th October 1907||12th Feb 1908|
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|Centenary of rail accident marked||17:45 on 14th Oct 2007|
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