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1941, 1942, 1943 - List of rail accidents (1930–49) - Netflix
This is a list of rail accidents from 1930 to 1949.
1941, 1942, 1943 - 1933 - Netflix
March 4, 1933 – United Kingdom – Great Western Railway freight train is struck by a landslide at Vriog, Merionethshire. The locomotive is pushed into the sea, both engine crew are killed. March 17, 1933 – Manchukuo (now part of China) – A passenger train is stopped between Chengchitun and Ssupingkai (now Siping) due to a “dislocation of the rails” and a freight train collides with its rear, killing 50 people and injuring 70. May 25, 1933 – United Kingdom – A Southern Railway passenger train is derailed at Raynes Park, London and comes to rest foul of the adjacent line. A passing express train collides with it, killing five people and injuring 35. The cause was a failure to implement a speed restriction during permanent way works. July 10, 1933 – United Kingdom – A London Midland and Scottish Railway express passenger train collides with a freight train at Little Salkeld, Cumberland due to a signalman's error. One person is killed. September 5, 1933 – United States – A milk train goes through a stop signal and collides with a stopped Erie Railroad passenger train in Binghamton, New York. 14 people are killed, and 30 are injured. September 8, 1933 – United Kingdom – A passenger train runs into four wagons which had been left on the line at Bowling Basin, Dunbartonshire during shunting operations. Five people are injured. October 24, 1933 – France – A Chemins de fer de l'État express from Cherbourg to Paris derails at 65 mph (105 km/h) between Saint-Élier and Conches-en-Ouche, and part of the train falls into the river Iton; 36 people are killed and 68 injured. December 23, 1933 – France – Lagny-Pomponne Railroad Disaster: Rear-end collision of Paris-Nancy express and Paris-Strasbourg fast train between Lagny-sur-Marne and Pomponne (Seine-et-Marne), 17 mi (23 km) out of Paris. 204 are killed and 300 injured aboard the Nancy express as its 7 wood coaches are smashed. The driver of the Strasbourg train had passed a signal at danger in darkness and fog, but the “Crocodile” acoustic warning system was found to have failed because the contacts had iced over. The Compagnie de Chemin de Fer de l'Est was ordered to pay FFr44,000,000 in compensation to victims' families.
1941, 1942, 1943 - References - Netflix