Albany, NY Train Wreck, Jan 1889

Wrecked by a Landslide.

ALBANY, Jan. 11.----The Montreal express was wrecked by a landslide about 11:30 o'clock while passing a point on the New York Central near South Troy. The engine and tender were completely demolished and five cars were derailed, but not seriously damaged. The three sleeping cars remained on the track. Engineer William Miller, of New York, was badly bruised about the head and portions of the body. The fireman was slightly injured. No passengers were hurt.

The News, Frederick, MD 11 Jan 1889