Paddington SPAD leads to huge knock-on effect for passengers

THE derailment of a GWR two-car DMU at Paddington on June 16 caused travel chaos for thousands of passengers over several days.

Paddington SPAD leads to huge knock-on effect for passengers
Where unit No. 166124 came to rest after the SPAD at Paddington on June 16. PICTURES: NETWORK RAIL/TWITTER
Unit No. 166124 was working the 16.25 Reading depot-Paddington e.c.s. and approaching the station towards platform 1 and 2 when a category A SPAD (signal passed at danger) occurred near Westbourne Road bridge.

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