1861

Railway accidents on the 


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Ford, Arun Bridge 30th January 1861 

no mention of Enginemen 

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PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN 


 The Ford telescope bridge over the river Arun, 

was the first ever bridge of its kind to be constructed


Railway accidents on the 


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Crystal Palace 11th February 1861 

no mention of Enginemen 

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London Bridge 14th February 1861 

no mention of Enginemen 

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ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

THE NEW LONDON VICTORIA RAILWAY STATION MAY 1861

Railway accidents on the 


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Bo-Peep Junction 23rd June 1861 

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THE OPENING OF 

THE SHOREHAM TO CHRIST’S HOSPITAL 

THE STEYNING LINE

The Steyning line was opened in two sections, the first section opening on the 1st July 1861 between Shoreham and Partridge Green. The second section was opened on the 16th October 1861, between Partridge Green and Itchingfield Junction. In order to connect the Steyning line with the Mid-Sussex and Cranleigh lines, two spurs were built, to form a triangular junction at Itchingfield. one line would  join the Mid-Sussex line, and the other near Christ’s Hospital at Stammer Junction (also know as Itchingfield South Fork), which allowed through running from Shoreham and the Mid-Sussex direct to Guildford without reversing at Horsham. The Stammer Junction spur was closed on the 1st August 1867.


Railway accidents on the 


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Clayton Tunnel 25th August 1861 

involving drivers Scott & Gregory depots unknown 

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Above is a memorial/funeral card that was produced for a 

funeral/memorial event held after the accident.

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