On July 9, 1918, two trains collided on Dutchman’s Curve in Nashville, TN, killing 121 passengers. Join Elvisboy, Lobo and Thumper as we visit the site of this horrible disaster.
It was, and still is, the deadliest train wreck in U.S. history.
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