Gardner, MA Train Wreck, Feb 1893

GARDNER, Mass., Feb. 23.---A train on the Central Massachusetts Railroad, eastbound, left the track a mile east of Jeffersonville this morning. Two milk cars went down a ten-foot embankment, and were capsized. One passenger coach left the track. There were only a few passengers aboard, and no one was seriously injured, though all received slight bruises and considerable of a shaking up. The accident was caused by the spreading of the rails.

The New York Times, New York, NY 24 Feb 1893