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    at the time, was crossing the line for the purpose of attaching an additional number of empty waggons from the Kirtlebridge siding, when the passenger train, with sixteen carriages, hove in sight. The engine of the latter was imme- diately Subscribers-only content

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    montstan dalln enisc ilt b able to run ovor the ositire huter from Kirtlebridgo to Brayton. The permanent rails between Kirtlebridge and the Soiway Viaduct are latid, and the staition-houses are being erected. The viaduct, which is a line specimen Subscribers-only content

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    to his native country.. We give in another edlun an account of a shooking, acoident on the Caledoniau Railway, at Kirtlebridge. -Eleven people were killed, and others Injured. The cause of the accident is the old one-a train, which was Subscribers-only content

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    ultimate improvement in our so-called "system" of railway management. Varying only a few names and dates, the narrative of the Kirtlebridge tragedy would fit the facts of almost any great railway accident that has occurred since the steam-horse first travelled Subscribers-only content

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    that he belongs to or has friends In Wastbumn Terrace, Croydon. Hin injuries are principally Internal, and he lies at Kirtlebridge in a veiy precarilos condition. Ewing Kennedy, believed to to be a farmer from the Highlands, conveyed to Damfrles Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, K, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    (Kyrkestede), Linc., abbey (supp.), I. 441 : g. 981 (49, 56). Kirkwall castle , in Scotland, II. 476, 481, 491. Kirtlebridge (Kyrtill Briges), in Scotland, II. 237 (2). Kirton Robt., I. 436 (f. 31) II. 231 (p. 122). Kitchen (Kechyn,

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