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While train travel is considered a particularly safe form of mass transport, Australia has had it's share of significant rail accidents.
The aftermath of the Granville disaster was broadcast across the country and remains the nation's worst rail crash but incidents date back to the earliest years of rail travel with the 1908 Sunshine disaster the worst example prior to Granville.
For our history segment this week Trev spoke with Chris Harding, Vice President of the Australian Railway Historical Society.
Duration: 36min 27sec
Broadcast: Mon 17 Aug 2020, 2:00am
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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