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Train wreck at Weir:  Missouri-Kansas-Texas cars derailed with pile of wreckage in the foreground.  October 14, 1957. 04-2016

Train wreck at Weir: Missouri-Kansas-Texas cars derailed with pile of wreckage in the foreground. October 14, 1957. 04-2016

BOSTON, May 3 (Reuters) – U.S. researchers are set to announce on Wednesday that they have found what they believe are the remains of famed 18th century British sailor Captain James Cook’s ship the Endeavour in Rhode Island’s Newport Harbor.   The historic ship is thought to be among 13 vessels scuttled in Newport Harbor during the American Revolutionary War against Britain, according to researchers at the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project. The researchers said they are at least 80…

BOSTON, May 3 (Reuters) – U.S. researchers are set to announce on Wednesday that they have found what they believe are the remains of famed 18th century British sailor Captain James Cook’s ship the Endeavour in Rhode Island’s Newport Harbor. The historic ship is thought to be among 13 vessels scuttled in Newport Harbor during the American Revolutionary War against Britain, according to researchers at the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project. The researchers said they are at least 80…

Eden, Colorado Train Wreck, Aug 1904

Eden, Colorado Train Wreck, Aug 1904

January 8, 1962 Harmelen train disaster: 93 die in the worst Dutch rail disaster.

January 8, 1962 Harmelen train disaster: 93 die in the worst Dutch rail disaster.

Photo shows a locomotive lying on its side. According to a New York  Times article, April 30, 1911, "A train, carrying 169 school  teachers, friends, and relatives, bound from Utica, Syracuse, and  Waterville, N.Y., to Washington, was hurled down a forty-foot  embankment at Martin's Creek, N.J."

Photo shows a locomotive lying on its side. According to a New York Times article, April 30, 1911, "A train, carrying 169 school teachers, friends, and relatives, bound from Utica, Syracuse, and Waterville, N.Y., to Washington, was hurled down a forty-foot embankment at Martin's Creek, N.J."

The US Naval Airship USS Shenandoah was torn apart in a storm over Noble County, Ohio, in 1925. A small memorial marks where the control car fell to earth.

The US Naval Airship USS Shenandoah was torn apart in a storm over Noble County, Ohio, in 1925. A small memorial marks where the control car fell to earth.

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