What's wrong with our b***** trains today?
The accidents in Norway on 4 January, 2000 and at Paddington on 5
October 1999 have produced a new fear, especially to accident watchers in Britain and on the Continent, which is the emergence of FIRE.
2 US Head-on
With Britain having just experienced one of its worst head on crashes for many years the details of two head on collisions from the USA are summarised
by Ray State with photography by Richard C Logan
Green for danger - the phantom signal provides an insight into the vexing question of the fatal SPAD (Signal Passed At Danger) at
Paddington on 5 October, 1999 through an examination of a1997 accident at Hummelstown, USA.
by Ray State