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Great Train Robbery 8 August 1963 1963 to 2012
The Great Train Robbery of £2.5m from an overnight mail train from Glasgow to Euston early on 8 August 1963 generated massive public interest. It also sparked a major police investigation which lead t ...More
The Great Train Robbery of £2.5m from an overnight mail train from Glasgow to Euston early on 8 August 1963 generated massive public interest. It also sparked a major police investigation which lead to the capture of many involved, some received 25 year sentences. The robbery has since been the subject of books and films - notably 'Robbery' (1967) & 'Buster'. Some details may never become known. never be
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Brian Arthur Field (29) and Leonard Dennis Field...Keep
A police-car escorts the lorry and two Land...Keep
The coaches of the train involved in the £2.5...Keep
Glass scattered on the floor of one of two vans...Keep
From left to right: Buster Edwards, Tommy Wiseby,...Keep
His face covered by a coat, Charles Wilson,...Keep
William Boal at Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire,...Keep
Charles Frederick Wilson, sentenced to 30 years...Keep
Waering a cap, Detective-Chief Superintendent...Keep
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