Worst Train Crash in American History, Nov. 1, 1918
Deaths, Died Here Disasters, Tragedies, Accidents History Transportation Underground, Subterranean, Tunnels
Worst Train Crash in American History, Nov. 1, 1918
On Nov. 1, 1918, the worst train / subway crash in American history occurred here, with about 100 riders killed and 250 injured. It was at the site of what was once called the Malbone Street Station, but most of Malbone Street no longer exists. For details, see the New York Times, 11-4-2018, at p. Metro 6. Brian Cudahay wrote "The Malbone Street Wreck" (1999) about it.
Publication date Dec 02, 2018
Property ID: 11231
Updated on: Dec 03, 2018
On Nov. 1, 1918, the worst train / subway crash in American history occurred here, with about 100 riders killed and 250 injured. It was at the site of what was once called the Malbone Street Station, but most of Malbone Street no longer exists. For details, see the New York Times, 11-4-2018, at p. Metro 6. Brian Cudahay wrote "The Malbone Street Wreck" (1999) about it.

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Empire Boulevard and Flatbush Avenue, New York, 11225, United States
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Deaths, Died Here Disasters, Tragedies, Accidents History Transportation Underground, Subterranean, Tunnels
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Created Date:
12-02-2018
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