We recall some of our most infamous cases.
Meet some notorious transport criminals of the past in our rogues' gallery.
Four men committed an audacious gold robbery in 1855.
The Great Train Robbery is one of the most infamous crimes of all time.
Sarah Hart was murdered in Slough by John Tawell in 1845.
The first railway murder was committed by Franz Muller.
Train passenger Issac Gold was murdered by Percy Lefroy in 1881.
PC Byrnes was murdered by a rampaging group of men in 1885.
The murder of Elizabeth Camp
The murder of William Pearson
The murder of Mary Money
The murder of John Nisbet
The murder of Master Starchfield
The strange case of Arthur Mead
The murder of Peter Rampson
The murder of Geoffrey Dean
The murder of Countess Lubienska
The murder of Marguerite van
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