Details of the Accident
|Date||Thursday 19th July 1888, p.m.|
|Railway Company||Great Northern Railway|
|No. of Fatalities||1|
|Cause of Accident||Signal passed at danger|
|Description||The 17:54 Kings Cross to Grantham goods train passed a signal at danger, smashed into the buffers and then into the signal box at Hornsey. The driver and fireman leapt from the engine, as did the signalman from the box. Driver was crushed to death.|
- The Times, Friday 20 July 1888 p8
List of Fatalities
The 1 fatalities are listed in the table below together with brief notes of any other information found so far.
The last column shows the General Register Office (England and Wales), Statutory Register (Scotland), General Register Northern Ireland or Civil Registration for Ireland reference where this has been identified.
|Surname||First Names||Age||Occupation||Residence||Notes||GRO/SR/GRONI/GROIE Reference|
|TILLEY||Frederick||49||Locomotive driver||Grantham, LIN||1888/Sep Edmonton 3a 118|