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Rail Accident, Great Bridgeford,

Rail Accident, Great Bridgeford,

Date: 1932

Description: Rescue operation after the derailment of a train.

Spectators can be seen behind the wooden fencing on the right of the photograph.

One of the first people that were at the scene of the accident was a miner from Cannock pit, William Goode of Great Bridgeford, who was able to help dig out the engine from the embankment using his skills and knowledge of mining.


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Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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