IGNITING THE FLAME OF UNITY


THE HISTORY OF THE


BRIGHTON BRANCH OF A.S.L.E.F.

 

  

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Railway accidents on the London & Croydon Railway


Opened in 1839 and in July 1846 merged with other railways to form the London Brighton & South Coast Railway


Railway accidents on the London & Croydon Railway

Croydon on 7th December 1839

Dartmouth Arms on 5th February 1841

Sydenham on 17th December 1841

Anerley on 5th October 1844 No mention Enginemen POSTED

London Bridge on 7th October 1844

New Cross on 21st June 1845


Railway accidents on the London & Brighton Railway

Stoats Nest on 9th November 1839

Copyhold Cutting on 2nd October 1841 Involving Driver (lead engine) Charles Goldsmith & his fireman Robert 

Marshall, Driver (rear engine) James Jackson & his fireman Robert Field depot unknown Posted

Patcham Tunnel Wednesday 6th October 1841 POSTED

Merstham Tunnel Wednesday 27th  October 1841 POSTED

Dartmouth Road on Wednesday 2nd August 1843

Clayton Tunnel on Tuesday 17th October 1843

Maidstone Road on Wednesday 15th November 1843

Clayton Tunnel on 8th September 1845 involving Brighton driver James Carter POSTED



Railway accidents on the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway


Stoats Nest on 4th January 1847

Nutbourne on 31st May 1847

Brighton on 4th July 1847

New Cross on 12th July 1847

Keymer Junction on 11th October 1847

Croydon on 23rd May 1849


  

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