Safety investigations & reports edit / delete

Rail and others.

to accidents australia safety ... on 14 October 2016

Service Inquiry (SI) - GOV.UK edit / delete

The army/navy/air force equivalent of the AAIB. Sadly there's no RSS feed for this on, as far as I can see...

to accidents air military ... on 11 October 2016

Die Brück’ am Tay – Wikisource edit / delete

A German take on the Tay Bridge disaster, by Theodor Fontane.

to accidents german poetry rail tay ... on 05 September 2016

Accident Investigations - NTSB - National Transportation Safety Board edit / delete

Rail accident investigations from the USA. An awful lot of these follow a common pattern: two trains collide head-on when operating on single track in "unsignalled territory". You would have thought that the cost of cleaning up a couple of these would outweight the cost of, like, installing some signalling. There's also not much in the way of detailed investigation of the root causes here.

to accidents america rail usa ... on 07 September 2013

Transportation Safety Board of Canada - Rail reports edit / delete

Much like the USA ones, although the same companies and operating practices tend to be involved.

to accidents canada rail ... on 07 September 2013

Accident at Carr Bridge on 4th January 2010 :: The Railways Archive edit / delete

This is the recent one involving trap points that turned out to have been installed as a result of a WW2 accident: "Accident at Aviemore - Carrbridge on 5th March 1940".

to accidents railway ... on 11 August 2013

Isle of Man Ship Registry - Casualty Reports - Isle of Man Government DED edit / delete

Interesting reports, although they don't investigate very many of them.

to accidents marine ships ... on 08 June 2013

Paul Lee's Titanic page edit / delete

Some interesting stuff. Some rather far-fetched.

to accidents history ships titanic ... on 22 April 2012

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