Potter's Bar

Potter's Bar,

town (1991 pop. 22,755), Hertfordshire, central England, in the Midlands. Potter's Bar is a residential district, most of which is within the Green Belt Zone barred to industrial development. An aircraft museum is within the 17th-century Salisbury House.
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Summary: Inquests into the Potter's Bar and Grayrigg train crashes - both caused by faulty points - are finally being held.
A CORONER yesterday added to the storm of protest over Transport Secretary Alistair Darling's decision not to hold a public inquiry into the Potter's Bar train crash.
Mr Darling angered the bereaved and survivors by refusing a public hearing into how six passengers and a passer-by were killed when the London to King's Lynn train derailed near Potter's Bar, Herts, after passing over defective points in May, 2002.
Subtitled A letter to my husband, who was killed in the train crash at Potter's Bar on 20 May 2002 .
Children's author Bawden (right), now 80, was at her husband's side when the Potter's Bar train crashed and suffered horrendous injuries which have left her permanently disabled.
THE train-track repair firm involved in the Potter's Bar inquiry has been accused of failing to service points on the Edinburgh to London line.
Seven people were killed when a train jumped the tracks at Potter's Bar.
The union say Jarvis ignored concerns raised by workers who feared a repeat of Potter's Bar.
THE heartbroken family of Irish great grandmother Agnes Quinlivan, who died in the Potter's Bar train crash, visited the scene yesterday.
The 80-year-old, who lived in the Hertfordshire town of Potter's Bar for 65 years, was among seven people killed when the 100mph WAGN train left the track just before 1pm on Friday.
She spent many years working as a district nurse in Potter's Bar and was very well known.