North Coast Control

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January 1 - Events
... Haiti becomes the first black republic and second independent country in North America after the United States 1806 – The French Republican Calendar is abolished ... Australia and transferred to Commonwealth control. 1954 – NBC makes the first coast-to-coast NTSC color broadcast when it telecast the Tournament of Roses Parade, with public demonstrations given ...
Cairns Tilt Train Derailment - Incident
... The driver maintained control of the train and was operating it normally, keeping it under or close to posted speed limits ... derailed underneath electrified overhead lines, the Electrical Control Operator at Rockhampton contacted the North Coast Control at 1157 pm to report that a ... North Coast Control identified this site as where the tilt train was travelling through, and tried to contact the driver a number of times by radio but did not receive a ...

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