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a train that carries mail

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Club spokesman Tony Griffiths said that the Irish Mail train at the time was the fastest in the land and the only one to carry a name.
Reynolds masterminded the infamous 1963 robbery of a Glasgow to London mail train in which the thieves escaped with a then record haul of PS2.
6 million by holding up a glasgow-to-london mail train.
Jain says the Kalka Mail train was on its way to New Delhi from a station near Kolkata on Sunday when its 12 coaches and engine jumped the tracks in Uttar Pradesh state.
For seven of eight men who actually carried out the ambush on the Glasgow night mail train nine months ago and stole more than pounds 2,500,000 there was a sentence of 30 years apiece.
Hours later a group of us gathered on Doncaster station, awaiting the 2am mail train to London.
Originally from Lambeth, south London, he was a member of a 15-strong gang which attacked the Glasgow to London mail train at Ledburn, Bucks, on August 8 1963 before making off with Au2.
6million from a Glasgow to London mail train in 1963, is being treated at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
GREAT train robber Ronnie Biggs, 81; actor Dustin Hoffman, 72, racing driver Nigel Mansell, 55; Madness musician Chris Foreman, 51; 43 boxer Chris Eubank, 42; tennis champ Roger Federer, 27; and Princess Beatrice, 1963: Train robbers make off with millions Thieves ambush the Glasgow to Euston mail train and steal thousands of pounds.
In fact, he was nothing more than a low-life; part of a gang of greedy opportunists who left the driver of the mail train they robbed, permanently scarred.
Biggs was a member of a 15-strong gang which attacked the Glasgow to London mail train at Ledburn, Buckinghamshire, in August, 1963, before making off with pounds 2.
6 million in used bank notes after holding up the night mail train travelling from Glasgow to London.
Biggs was a member of the 15-strong gang which attacked the Glasgow to London mail train on August 8, 1963, taking pounds 2.
on the Frontier Mail train heading for Amritsar in the northern Indian state Punjab from Mumbai, the reports said.
After typing out the mail, giving it to the courier to make the Santa Fe's mail train schedule, I opened the sack of incoming mail and distributed it to the cubbyholes.