- Item 26172 - Train Wreck, Biddeford, 1894
- Contributed by Dyer Library Archives / Saco Museum
- Item 26172
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Crowd at the scene of a train wreck in Biddeford on June 10, 1894, when a Boston & Maine train from Portland left the tracks about 1:30 p.m.Show Details
A defective switch point was said to be the cause. No one was badly hurt.
This photo is on the back of a business card that says "Goshen - Portrait, Landscape, Interior and Tintype Photographer. All work done promptly on short notice. 95 Main St., Biddeford."