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a train that carries mail

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The accident on the line next to The Russetts housing estate in Silkmore Lane, could have been worse when the engine of the mail train track jumped the track after the collision and stopped within inches of the wall of a house.
John Thomson was working four carriages away from his dad, also called John, when the night mail train ploughed into derailed freight wagons.
It happened just a few miles from where a Royal Mail train crashed into a derailed freight train last month, killing two Glasgow postmen.
The Brahmputra Mail train from Gauhati and the Awadh-Assam Express from New Delhi collided at Gaisal Station, a small-town rail stop in West Bengal state, mid-way between Calcutta and Gauhati - about 310 miles from each.
This meant he could not appeal against the sentence for the 1963 hold-up of a mail train.
1963: The notorious Great Train Robbery when a gang of 16 robbed the Glasgow to London mail train stealing pounds 2.
No loss of life was reported in the incident, according to divisional superintendent (DS) Sufian Dogar, Khyber Mail train was travelling from Peshawar to Lahore carrying 890 passengers when three of its coaches came off the rails near Kala Shah Kaku.
He said, two postal mail vans had been renovated and refurbished for the convenience of postal staff traveling with Khyber Mail Train for transmission of mail while renovation of remaining four postal mail vans is progress.
The pair made their trip almost 80 years ago, travelling from London to Edinburgh on board an overnight mail train, as part of the production of the 1936 documentary Night Mail.
After the mail train photo shoot at the Postal Museum in London, Jamie said: "Andy has done some amazing things in his career and some amazing things for tennis.
The Abergele rail disaster of 1868, marked with a memorial in the town, happened when an Irish Mail train hit unsecured wagons on the line.
THE Great Train Robbery was the robbery of a Royal Mail train heading between Glasgow and London in the early hours of ursday August 8, 1963 at Bridego Railway Bridge, Ledburn near Mentmore in Buckinghamshire.
Also, the operations of Yal Devi train, Matara train and the night mail train will also be stretched to Pallai.
6million - equivalent to [euro]48million today - from the Glasgow-to-London mail train on August 8, 1963.
6million - PS40million in today's money, from Glasgow-London mail train.