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  • The Great Union Station Train Wreck of 1953

    The Great Union Station Train Wreck of 1953

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    Railroaders today remember this accident as the “Destination Wreck.” On the eve of President Eisenhower’s inauguration, hundreds left Boston on their way to Washington, DC. Many were injured but no one was killed. Truly a miracle considering the amount of damage sustained by Union Station.

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Past Article

Bob Teevan

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There was a time when Saturday night bathing was routine. It was a time when the expression, “cleanliness is next to Godliness” was important for Sunday at church was the time when most of us were closest to God. The soap we used really didn’t matter, but at times, it sure felt like sandpaper. Surely, you remember! If not, here is a postcard reminder.

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