Coal transport accidents in New Zealand
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Coal transport accidents in New Zealand include the:
- In August 2013 the Christchurch to Greymouth railway line was closed after a coal wagon at the end of a train derailed. Passengers for the TranzAlpine passenger train were put onto buses. The railway line re-opened after a day.
Articles and resources
- "Derailment closes TranzAlpine route", Stuff.co.nz, August 24, 2013.
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