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Little Falls Gulf Curve crash of 1903

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On August 23, 1903, at 7:33 a.m. a westbound newspaper train of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, originating in New York City, derailed in Little Falls, New York due to excessive speed on a curve, killing two crew members – the engineer and fireman. The train consisted of engine number 2941, baggage cars 2570 and 2535, and horse car 2312.
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