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aerial photograph of the area around Regis Rd Kentish Town London NW5 3UP including the UPS Depot, Kentish Town Road, The London Forum and Holmes Rd. The railway in the middle of the photograph was the scene of a tragic railway accident in 1861 when an North London Railway passenger train was in collision with an London and North Western Railway freight train. This resulted in over 300 passengers injured and 16 fatalities.

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