Some articles on train, travelling:
... the prima facie cause of the derailment was that the train was travelling at an excessive speed – 112 km/h (70 mph) at the beginning of a curve with a posted speed limit ... The driver did not reduce the speed of the train before it entered the curve where it derailed ... of limits, nor that he intended the train to derail ...
Famous quotes containing the words travelling and/or train:
“In America there are two classes of travelfirst class, and with children. Travelling with children corresponds roughly to travelling third-class in Bulgaria. They tell me there is nothing lower in the world than third-class Bulgarian travel.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
“The train was crammed, the heat stifling. We feel out of sorts, but do not quite know if we are hungry or drowsy. But when we have fed and slept, life will regain its looks, and the American instruments will make music in the merry cafe described by our friend Lange. And then, sometime later, we die.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)