1887 Great Chatsworth train wreck

The 1887 Great Chatsworth train wreck was a major rail accident that occurred late on the night of August 10, 1887, 3 miles (5 km) east of the town of Chatsworth, Illinois, in the United States. A Toledo, Peoria and Western Railroad (TP&W) train bound for Niagara Falls from Peoria crossed over a trestle, weakened earlier in the day by a fire, causing it to collapse. Between 81 and 85 people were killed, and between 169 and 372 injured.

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What is 1887 Great Chatsworth train wreck subject of?

1887 Great Chatsworth train wreck is subject of Livingston County, Illinois, Railway accidents in 1887, Accidents and incidents involving Toledo, Peoria and Western Railroad, Bridge disasters caused by fire, Bridge disasters caused by maintenance error, 1887 in Illinois, Railway accidents in Illinois and Bridge disasters in the United States.