19: Conington South – March 1967

In March of 1967, an express train left Kings Cross for an overnight trip to Edinburgh. 
An hour later 4 carriages of the train would be scattered over the East Coast Main Line and 5 of her passengers would have lost their lives.

When investigators found the cause, well, let's just say it was truly shocking. A betrayal of the railway's safety culture in an ultimate way.

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