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FATAL RAILWAY COLLISIONS.

Telegraph Copyright Press Association London, January 19. The Scotch express collided with the train at Cud worth, Yorkshire. Seven persons were killed and 40 injured. Received Jan 20, 9.30 a.m. London, Jan. 19. The Glasgow - London express, when following, collided with the Leeds-London express at Cudworth during a fog. A third express from London dashed into the wreckage. The Glasgow express took fire. Robert Brough, artist, received severe burns. The accident originated through the Leeds express becoming derailed.

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FATAL RAILWAY COLLISIONS., Feilding Star, Volume XXVI, Issue 177, 20 January 1905

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