Kellogg, MN Train Wrecked by Broken Rail, Feb 1909
ENGINEER KILLED IN WRECK NEAR KELLOGG
ST. PAUL. Feb 25. -- Train No. 57 on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, a mail and express train, was wrecked by a broken rail near Kellogg, Minn., today. The train was on its regular run from Chicago.
Engineer Frank Dunn, one of the oldest engineers in this part of the country, was killed, his fireman slightly injured. The engine lies across the track and four of the mail and express cars were derailed. The train carried no passengers.
Duluth News-Tribune, Duluth, MN 26 Feb 1909