A Staffordshire train diver was killed, and many more deaths were narrowly averted, when four goods trains collided in Hertfordshire.
Kings Langley, Hertfordshire.
Titles read: "Four Gold Train Collision - Fatal crash near Kings Langley" (super over shot of wreckage)
WS. Steam Train engines, wagons, tenders, coal wagons piled up when four goods trains collided. A freight train and a milk train crashed and a few minutes later a goods train from London and a coal train joined the wreckage. LS. Workmen with shovels.
LS Pan over the wreckage somewhere between Kings Langley and Nash Mills. WS. Pan over wreckage. LS. Man shovelling coal from one of the damaged wagons. LS. Pan over wagons piled up. WS. Men recovering sides of beef from the wreckage and placing them on a tarpaulin. WS. Pan over wreckage. WS. Pan along train wreckage.