Goldman, AR Train Wreck, Nov 1901

COTTON BELT WRECK.

Conductor Dead and Engineer, Fireman and Brakeman Badly Hurt.

Pine Bluff, Ark., Nov. 21.---Near Goldman, about thirty miles north of Pine Bluff, the Cotton Belt fast freight No. 15 suffered a disastrous wreck this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.

Sixteen loaded cars were demolished. The engine jumped the track and turned over. Conductor Walter Noble of Jonesboro was killed and the engineer, the fireman and a brakeman were seriously and probably fatally injured.

Some time will pass before the wreck is cleared, and trains are delayed several hours.

Noble's remains were brought to Pine Bluff tonight.

Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX 22 Nov 1901