Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

3/12/2007

50 years on, survivors are still haunted by horror of train crash in the swirling fog

Fifty years have passed since the 4.56pm steam train to Ramsgate missed a red signal in the fog.

The tragic collision that followed, killing 90 people and injuring 176, remains one of the worst railway disasters in British history, yet few remember the event that brought scenes of panic and confusion back to postwar Britain. for more click here

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