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News reports are saying the engineer and conductor were taken to the local hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.
I found this article interesting. The first train operated by Amtrak was “The Clocker” from Philadelphia to New York on May 1 that left Penn Station at 12:05 AM - 1971.
Photo By Drew Jacksich
Watch one of the locations used for the psychological horror movie "Infernum," at Ely, Nevada. We were honored to be able to use the Northern Nevada Railway for much of the shoot. What a wonderful treat!! Watch the film and enjoy. Out in 2019.
On Thursday 02/15/2018 just after 4:00 PM EST - Two engines and approximately ten railroad cars derailed of the Norfolk Southern Railroad. The railroad cars were carrying new cars as cargo - said Attica. NY Fire Chief Jay Myers. The lead engine is on fire and in coordination with the Norfolk...
WASHINGTON (Feb. 8, 2018) — The National Transportation Safety Board will meet to determine the probable cause of an accident involving two freight trains in Roswell, New Mexico in 2015; the board will also issue safety recommendations aimed at preventing similar accidents in the...
Source Reuters: by Emilio Parodi, Francesca Landini
They mention the possibility of track collapse in the article. Several photos are included of the accident.
A refurbished 70-year-old 'red rattler' is running on a three-kilometre stretch of disused rail line at the popular tourist destination of Byron Bay Australia.
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