Newark rail crash

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A disaster on the British rail network (Midland Railway) occurred on 21 June, 1870 when two trains collided at Newark in Nottinghamshire, England, killing 18 passengers and injuring 40 others. The investigation found that an axle had broken on the goods train, and the excursion train collided with the debris on the track.
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