Train Wreck 28th Anniversary

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One front room of the building is used as a rest room or lounging room fur the employes, and during working hours It is unoccupied. Into its empty empty spaces wandered the aimless dog. An open window on the street side at- at- RECALLS GREAT ACCIDENT. i Raymond Quisenberry, of Atlanta, Here on Anniversary of Chats-worth Chats-worth Chats-worth Wreck, Which he Survived. 1'ndny will be the twenty-elghtn twenty-elghtn twenty-elghtn anniversary of the noted Chatswortli wreck, in which over eighty people lost their lives, unci which was one of the most disastrous railroad acclden;s In the history of Illinois. An excur sion train, leaving Peoria for Niagara Kalis, on the T.. I'. & W. road .went mru a culvert near fhatsworth, and :lie wrecked cars were burned. Mr. Haymond (Juisenberry, a banker of Atlanta, who was one of the survivors survivors of the wreck, was in Bloomington yesterday, and came to the office ot j lht l'untngraph to look at the files 01 the paper containing nn account of , the accident, lie said that there were tive men from Atlanta who were on wie laiui train. They were himself anil his brother Herman. Oene Rhodes l-jdward l-jdward l-jdward ti. ff unci Dr. Kelly. None of them were seriously hurt, but they lost nearly nil their clothing except what they had on their persons at the time of the accident. ;

Clipped from The Pantagraph10 Aug 1915, TuePage 12

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)10 Aug 1915, TuePage 12
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