Engineer Averill, train wreck, 1880.

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Engineer Averill, train wreck, 1880. - district to the is elected. loss is plurality,...
district to the is elected. loss is plurality, bc- Senator Representatives FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Signal Indicating "All Right." BUI IT WA All, WRONG. . Nov. 4. The g.4o train from Portlai d, on tbe Eastern Road, collided with tbe Saugus branch train here at Both trains were wrecked and E. N. Winter, of jynn, who WBS on the Saugus was initantly killed. The Portland train, Condui ror Auld, was two minutes The si; nal bell was in tbe "no position. As the rear part of the train w is passing from the main to side tn ck the Portland train dashed it, thro vmg tbe three cars of tbe train ol i tbe track, derailing three tbe Pu! Imfin train and badly smashing locomo ive. All the passengers on thi Ia:ter t ain were badly 'shaken up, man fn m Portsmouth seriously injured Had tb ! Saugus train contained any passengers the loss of lifo must have been frightfijl. Engineer Averill of the Eastern lightly hurt about tbc bead. 'as on time a'nd tho accideni ie carelessness of the Saogu; behind time, in shift -,^-^jJe Portland train, II, of KenoWaa^UKas not injured

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  1. Bangor Daily Whig and Courier,
  2. 05 Nov 1880, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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