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White River Junction, Vermont Historical Markers

 
Wide view of the Disastrous Train Wreck marker image, Touch for more information
By PaulwC3, April 28, 2013
Wide view of the Disastrous Train Wreck marker
Vermont (Windsor County), White River Junction — Disastrous Train Wreck
At 2:10 AM on February 5, 1887 the last car of The Montreal Express derailed causing three cars to fall from the bridge and crash on the ice of the White River 43 feet below. Embers from the coal stoves ignited the spilled oil of the lanterns and . . . — Map (db m64891) HM
Vermont (Windsor County), White River Junction — Theron Boyd House
Marker Front: This Federal style house, built in 1786, has undergone little alteration and is one the finest houses from this period in Vermont. It was built by William Burtch, whose father came to Hartford, VT, from Stonington, CT about . . . — Map (db m79966) HM
Vermont (Windsor County), White River Junction — Vermont ó Gateway to Green Mt. State
White River Junction, a natural transportation center, is where highways, rivers and railways converge. In 1759 the rapids at the confluence of the White and Conn. Rivers nearly brought death to Robert Rogers and 3 Rangers. Vermontís first train ran . . . — Map (db m32193) HM

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