Engine Bells

DESCRIPTION: "'Twas on the evening of the twelfth; The hour was half past seven...." "The New York Express came up the track." A husband and wife "unconscious drove their steed." The horse and buggy are destroyed despite the engineer's efforts
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1938 (Neely/Spargo-TalesAndSongsOfSouthernIllinois)
KEYWORDS: death railroading husband wife
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Neely/Spargo-TalesAndSongsOfSouthernIllinois, pp. 171-172, "Engine Bells" (1 text)
File: Neel171

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