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Train Wreck at Montparnasse , 22 October 1895 Bags
Train Wreck at Montparnasse , 22 October 1895 Bags
Granville-Paris Express wreck on 22 October 1895. The original Gare de l'Ouest name of the station is visible on the outside of the building. The Gare Montparnasse became famous for a derailment on 22 October 1895 of the Granville-Paris Express that overran the buffer stop. The engine careened across almost 30 metres (98 ft) of the station concourse, crashed through a 60-centimetre (24 in) thick wall, shot across a terrace and sailed out of the station, plummeting onto the Place de Rennes 10 metres (33 ft) below, where it stood on its nose. All on board the train survived, five sustaining injuries: two passengers (out of 131), the fireman and two conductors; however, one woman on the street below was killed by falling masonry. The accident was caused by a faulty Westinghouse brake and the engine drivers who were trying to make up for lost time.
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Train Wreck at Montparnasse , 22 October 1895
Granville-Paris Express wreck on 22 October 1895. The original Gare de l'Ouest name of the station is visible on the outside of the building. The Gare Montparnasse became famous for a derailment on 22 October 1895 of the Granville-Paris Express that overran the buffer stop. The engine careened across almost 30 metres (98 ft) of the station concourse, crashed through a 60-centimetre (24 in) thick wall, shot across a terrace and sailed out of the station, plummeting onto the Place de Rennes 10 metres (33 ft) below, where it stood on its nose. All on board the train survived, five sustaining injuries: two passengers (out of 131), the fireman and two conductors; however, one woman on the street below was killed by falling masonry. The accident was caused by a faulty Westinghouse brake and the engine drivers who were trying to make up for lost time.
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Product ID: 149853215981381932
Made on: 9/19/2010 1:32 PM
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