1953 Pennsylvania Railroad train wreck
The 1953 Pennsylvania Railroad train wreck was a railway accident which occurred at Union Station in Washington, D.C. on January 15, 1953. The brakes on the cars of the Federal Express, a passenger and mail train operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad, malfunctioned and the train crashed into the station, jumped the passenger platform, and plunged through the floor of the passenger terminal into the basement of the station. There were no deaths, and only 43 people were injured.
What is 1953 Pennsylvania Railroad train wreck subject of?
1953 Pennsylvania Railroad train wreck is subject of Railway accidents in 1953, 1953 in Washington, D.C., Accidents and incidents involving Pennsylvania Railroad, Railway accidents in Washington, D.C. and Runaway train disasters.