In 2015 a steam charter train came within 44 seconds of colliding with a high speed passenger train.
A signal passed at red and some revelations about just what was taking place in the cab of the locomotive mean that the near-miss at Wootton Bassett is a perfect example of why we have the rules we do.
Join us to find out just how close things came, and the shocking reason why.
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