A rail company responsible for a train which overshot a station by two-and-a-half miles has been fined £65,000. The 06:45 Southeastern commuter service from Charing Cross to Hastings overran Stonegate station in East Sussex by 2.4 miles (3.9km) on 8 November 2010.
A rail company responsible for a train which overshot a station by two-and-a-half miles is fined £65,000.
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