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The Almonte train wreck of Dec. 27, 1942: Part One

PEMBROKE — The first telegram sent to the Board of Transport Commission arrived at 2:45 a.m., some six hours after a troop train had slammed into the back of a passenger train in the town of Almonte. The message indicated that five people had been killed and 15 injured in the crash, but by the time the sun came up, the news was much worse. Read More
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