Lake View, ME Train Wreck, Jun 1922

BOULDER WRECKED TRAIN.

Fireman Killed, Engineer Scalded in C. P. R. Derailment

St. Johns, N.B., June 22.—A great boulder dislodged by heavy rains tumbled down the mountain side near Lake View, Me., early today, blocked the tracks of the Canadian Pacific Railway and caused the derailment of a passenger train, in which the fireman, Albert Lockhart, of Brownsville, Me., was killed. The engineer was badly scalded but none of the passengers was injured seriously. The train was bound from Montreal to this city.

St. Albans Daily Messenger, St. Albans, VT 22 Jun 1922