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Tay Rail Bridge

On 28th December 1879, heavy winds collapsed a section of the bridge, causing a train to plunge into the river Tay, killing all 75 people on board. A replacement bridge was constructed running parallel to the old one, and it is said that on the anniversary of the disaster, a spectral version of the train can be seen where the original bridge used to be. Some reports say that a "gloomy red light" follows the route at bridge height.

Link: The Scotsman

Link: Herald Scotland


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