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Railway Accidents. From The Picture Gallery of Canadian History by C. W. Jefferys, volume 3, page 82.

Depicted are an accident from 1859 at Dundas, Ontario, caused by washed-out tracks, and an accident that occurred on February 9 1864 at Georgetown, Ontario, caused by a broken axle. Note that only 3 people were killed, not 13 as the illustration indicates.

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