The White Cascade The Great Northern Railway Disaster and

❴Ebook❵ ➩ The White Cascade The Great Northern Railway Disaster and America's Deadliest Avalanche Author Gary Krist – Cloudunblock.co The never before told story of one of the worst rail disasters in US history in which two trains full of people trapped high in the Cascade Mountains are hit by a devastating avalancheIn February 1910The never before told story of one of the worst rail disasters in US history in which two trains full of people trapped high in the Cascade Mountains are hit by a devastating avalancheIn February 1910 a monstrous blizzard centered on Washington State hit the Northwest breaking records The world stopped but nowhere was the danger terrifying than near a tiny town called Wellington perched high in the Cascade Mountains where a desperate situation evolved minute by minute two trainloads of cold hungry passengers and their crews found themselves mar.

Ooned without escape their railcars gradually being buried in the rising drifts For days an army of the Great Northern Railroad's most dedicated men led by the line's legendarily courageous superintendent James O'Neill worked round the clock to rescue the trains But the storm was unrelenting and to the passenger's great anxiety the railcars their only shelter were parked precariously on the edge of a steep ravine As the days passed food and coal supplies dwindled Panic and rage set in as snow accumulated deeper and deeper on the cliffs overhang.

The White Cascade The Great Northern Railway Disaster and

The White Cascade The Great Northern Railway Disaster and

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