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BRITAIN
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October 09, 2003
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II laughs at a comment made by Tan Minnis,
(behind), as she visits King's...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH LAUGHS AT A COMMENT AS SHE VISITS KING'S
CROSS STATION IN LONDON.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II laughs at a comment made by Tan Minnis,
(behind), as she visits King's Cross station in London, to inaugurate a
new Great North Eastern Railway (GNER) train, October 9, 2003.
REUTERS/POOL/Alastair Grant

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HART
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December 13, 2001
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby train crash, arrives at Leeds Crown...
Leeds, UK
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby train crash, arrives at Leeds C.....
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby train crash, arrives at Leeds Crown Court December 13, 2001. Hart was at the wheel of his Land Rover when it plunged onto the East Coast main line in February this year, and was hit by a GNER express train, which then collided with a fully-laden coal train.
BRITAIN
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December 13, 2001
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby
train crash, arrives at Leeds Crown...
Leeds, UK
GARY HART ARRIVES AT LEEDS CROWN COURT.
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby
train crash, arrives at Leeds Crown Court December 13, 2001. Hart was
at the wheel of his Land Rover when it plunged onto the East Coast main
line in February this year, and was hit by a GNER express train, which
then collided with a fully-laden coal train. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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BRITAIN
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December 13, 2001
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby
train crash, arrives at Leeds Crown...
Leeds, UK
GARY HART ARRIVES AT LEEDS CROWN COURT.
Gary Hart, accused of causing the deaths of ten people in the Selby
train crash, arrives at Leeds Crown Court December 13, 2001. Hart was
at the wheel of his Land Rover when it plunged onto the East Coast main
line in February this year, and was hit by a GNER express train, which
then collided with a fully-laden coal train. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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BRITAIN CRASH
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March 01, 2001
A message of condolence from the GNER train company lies on flowers March 1, 2001, at the site of the...
Selby, UK
CONDOLENCES FROM GNER ON FLOWERS AT SITE OF THE GEAT HECK TRAIN CRASH.
A message of condolence from the GNER train company lies on flowers March 1, 2001, at the site of the train crash near Great Heck in Yorkshire. British police said on Thursday they could not rule out the possibility of finding more bodies in the wreckage of the crash that killed 13 people and injured a further 76 on Wednesday.

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BRITAIN CRASH
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March 01, 2001
Rescue workers examine the wreckage, March 1, 2001 of a passenger train and goods train that crashed...
Selby, UK
CRASH INSPECTORS CHECK THE WRECKAGE OF THE GNER TRAIN INVOLVED IN YESTERDAY'S CRASH.
Rescue workers examine the wreckage, March 1, 2001 of a passenger train and goods train that crashed yesterday near Great Heck in Yorkshire. British police have said today they cannot rule out the possibility of finding more bodies in the wreckage of the crash that killed 13 people and injured a further 76.

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BRITAIN
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March 01, 2001
Crash inspectors check the wreckage of yesterday's train crash at Selby in Yorkshire March 1. British...
Selby, UK
CRASH INSPECTORS CHECK THE WRECKAGE OF THE GNER TRAIN.
Crash inspectors check the wreckage of yesterday's train crash at Selby in Yorkshire March 1. British police said on Thursday they could not rule out finding more bodies in the wreckage of Wednesday's breakfast express train crash that killed at least 13 people and injured 75. They said the final death toll would not be clear until later on Thursday when heavy lifting cranes were able to move carriages crushed in the crash near the village of Great Heck, about 160 miles (250 km) north of London.

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BRITAIN CRASH
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March 01, 2001
A police officer walks past the wreckage of yesterday's train crash at Selby in Yorkshire March 1. British...
Selby, UK
A POLICE OFFICER WALKS PAST THE WRECKAGE OF THE GNER TRAIN.
A police officer walks past the wreckage of yesterday's train crash at Selby in Yorkshire March 1. British police said on Thursday they could not rule out finding more bodies in the wreckage of Wednesday's breakfast express train crash that killed at least 13 people and injured 75. They said the final death toll would not be clear until later on Thursday when heavy lifting cranes were able to move carriages crushed in the crash near the village of Great Heck, about 160 miles (250 km) north of London.

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BRITAIN CRASH
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March 01, 2001
A police officer walks past the wreckage of yesterday's train crash at Selby in Yorkshire March 1. British...
Selby, UK
A POLICE OFFICER WALKS PAST THE WRECKAGE OF THE GNER TRAIN.
A police officer walks past the wreckage of yesterday's train crash at Selby in Yorkshire March 1. British police said on Thursday they could not rule out finding more bodies in the wreckage of Wednesday's breakfast express train crash that killed at least 13 people and injured 75. They said the final death toll would not be clear until later on Thursday when heavy lifting cranes were able to move carriages crushed in the crash near the village of Great Heck, about 160 miles (250 km) north of London.

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