Scene of the Terrible Railway Disaster at Salisbury, 1906. The Salisbury rail crash of 1 July 1906, occurred when a London and South Western Railway boat train from Plymouth's Friary railway station to London Waterloo station failed to navigate a very sharp curve at the eastern end of Salisbury railway station. This resulted in the train been completely derailed, smashing into a milk train and a light engine and ultimately killing 28 people. From The Tatler Volume 21 [The Tatler, London, 1906]
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