Dir: Geoffrey Nethercott
Starring: John Carson and Jacqueline Ellis

A former member of the French resistance returns to kill the person who collaborated with the Nazis and caused the death of many of his friends

This short crime drama was one of a series of second feature films based on Edgar Wallace novels, released between 1960 and 1965 in British cinemas. Accidental Death has some good scenes filmed at both Merton Park and London Marylebone stations, with the former masquerading as Aldbury Halt. In one shot at Merton Park, Derrick Sherwin attempts to board 2 EPB EMU No.5771. Meanwhile, in the scenes at London Marylebone, a Class 115 DMU is captured departing on a service to Aylesbury.

Derrick Sherwin (on the right) thinks twice about boarding the arriving 2 EPB. Vehicle 77570 tells us that this was unit No.5771.
The sign may read Aldbury Halt but Derrick Sherwin is in fact outside Merton Park station on the West Croydon-Wimbledon line
Having returned to the station, Derrick Sherwin stands alone on the Mitcham-bound platform at Merton Park
This is Melcombe Place London NW1 with Marylebone station to the right
The taxi turns into the station, passing through the familiar archway on Melcombe Place
Passengers rush to board their train at Marylebone, formed of a Class 115 DMU
The railway scenes end with this particularly good shot of the DMU departing. Headcode 2C74 would be an Aylesbury service. Note the goods and parcels vans being loaded in the platform on the left.