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 Safety on the railways Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:27 GMT
 Forensic tests in crash inquiry
Rail crash investigators are to make a detailed study to find out why nuts and bolts worked loose on the failed Potters Bar points system.
Lighting memorial candles Hatfield victims remembered
Prayers are said at a memorial church service to honour the four people who died in Tuesday's Hatfield train crash.
 Rail chiefs 'failed to learn lessons'
The rail industry failed to learn from instances of trains passing red signals before Paddington rail tragedy, a report reveals.
 Southall: The crash that killed seven
The Southall Rail crash killed seven and left more than 150 injured.
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