Four years have passed. Rose is now an established music-hall performer and Susan has financed a clinic. Abberline is keen to promote the recently-widowed Reid and replace him with Drake, also an inspector, but Reid prefers to stay in Whitechapel, building up resources. A gang led by a man called Davies bribes embittered ex-signalman Enright to help them rob a train but this leads to a head-on collision with another train on which Drake is a passenger. Fifty-five people die. Reid and Drake team up with Jackson to pool their knowledge and instincts and to arrest the gang. However the mastermind is Susan's solicitor Caldwell and she is shocked when he tells her that he did it to gain badly-needed finances for the clinic though she keeps his secret on the condition he returns the money. Reid has his suspicions about Caldwell.
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Did You Know?
The episode title "Whitechapel Terminus," is spoken by a train conductor. See more
The Winchester Model 1893 pump action shotgun (available only in 12 ga. and 16 ga.) was not sold except to the US military and was not available in London. The first model that would have been available would have been the Model 1897 and even then they would have been expensive and rare - almost unheard of in London until 1899. See more