Glenbrook railway accident Glenbrook (1999) Three women, three men and a boy died, and 51 people were injured when a peak-hour intercity train bound for Sydney hit the back of the indian Pacific passenger train near the Bruce Street overpass at Glenbrook on 2nd December 1999. Seven people were killed and 51 injured when an inter-urban train collided with the Indian Pacific in the Blue Mountains suburb in 1999. The Glenbrook rail accident occurred on 2 December 1999 at 8:22 am in New South Wales, Australia, in which seven passengers were killed and 51 passengers were transported to hospital with injuries. This series is the Final report of the Special Commission established to investigate the collision between an inter urban train and the Indian Pacific at Glenbrook in the Blue Mountains on 2 December 1999. Glenbrook rail accident is within the scope of WikiProject Australia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Australia and Australia-related topics.If you would like to participate, visit the project page. The 1976 Glenbrook accident had a fatality in the rear car of a westbound double deck interurban electric train when a westbound freight led by electric locomotive 4623 collided with the rear of the passenger train. Plaque commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Glenbrook rail disaster in 1999. The new plaque remembers the victims by name and also commemorates a victim who was killed in a train accident at Glenbrook in 1976.

Browse webpage snapshots of the Special Commission of Inquiry into the Glenbrook Rail Accident as they appeared on the following dates. IIRC, the book Australian Railway Disasters quotes the locomotive involved as a Diesel-Electric. Stub This article has been rated as Stub-Class on the project's quality scale.
The report outlines the causes for, and the contributing factors of the railway accident, and the adequacy of risk management procedures applicable to the accident. Low This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance scale.