Chester, VT Train Wreck, Feb 1893
ACCIDENTS TO RAILROAD TRAINS.
ONE PERSON WAS KILLED AND TWO WERE FATALLY INJURED.
CHESTER, Vt., Feb. 23.---A big snowplow on the Central Vermont Railroad, pushed by two engines, left the rails and tumbled down an embankment two miles above Ludlow this morning. The snowplow was smashed and one engine. The snowplow was smashed and one engine was shattered. Section Boss Brown of Bellows Falls was fatally injured and Roadmaster Sheehan of Rutland had both legs broken.
The New York Times, New York, NY 24 Feb 1893