In 1999, at a place called Glenbrook, just outside of Sydney, Australia, two trains collided killing seven people.
In 2003, at a place called Waterfall, just outside of Sydney, Australia, a train derailed killing seven people.
Same operator, same regulator, same state government, same judge leading the inquiry. Justice Peter Aloysius McKinerny was not
impressed to find that his first lot of recommendations hadn’t been followed.

Episode Transcript is here.


  1. Special Commission of Inquiry into Glenbrook.
  2. Independent Transport Safety Regulator Waterfall Reports.

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