Seconds from Disaster S02E11 - Paris Runway Train

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In our documentary series, this time you can watch a new documentary called "Seconds from Disaster S02E11 - Paris Runway Train". To watch this documentary please click the title or image above. More details and video can be found in the article. Have fun watching.

On 27 June 1988, a runaway train crashes into a commuter train killing 56 people. A passenger pulling the emergency brake at an earlier station and the train driver mishandling the situation cause the crash.

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Seconds from Disaster S01E05 - Derailment at Eschede

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In our documentary series, this time you can watch a new documentary called "Seconds from Disaster S01E05 - Derailment at Eschede". To watch this documentary please click the title or image above. More details and video can be found in the article. Have fun watching.

For seven years since it began, Germany’s Inter City Express trains, ICE, had never had an accident before. However, on the 3rd of June, 1998, the super-fast, state-of-the-art ICE 884 derailed near Eschede, while traveling at a speed of 200km/h.

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Extreme Engineering - Maglev Train

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In our documentary series, this time you can watch a new documentary called "Extreme Engineering - Maglev Train". To watch this documentary please click the title or image above. More details and video can be found in the article. Have fun watching.

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By train across Sri Lanka | DW Documentary

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In our documentary series, this time you can watch a new documentary called "By train across Sri Lanka | DW Documentary". To watch this documentary please click the title or image above. More details and video can be found in the article. Have fun watching.

Asia’s most beautiful railway line? The “Main Line” cuts through tea plantations and jungle, then passes Buddhist temples and relicts of the British Empire.

In the 19th century the British

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