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Why Don't We Remember the Deadliest Train Wreck in History?

Why Don't We Remember the Deadliest Train Wreck in U.S. History? | Strange Heartland History

On July 9, 1918, two trains collided on Dutchman’s Curve in Nashville, TN, killing 101 passengers. It was, and still is, the deadliest train wreck in U.S. history. But most people have never heard of it. Why? We explore.