Details of Railway Accidents in the Ottawa Area

1934, June 24 - Passenger train locomotive derailed, River Beaudette, CNR., Kingston sub., no injuries

Ottawa Citizen 25 June 1934

Derailment Tied Up Line East of Cornwall
MONTREAL, June 24. The front truck of a Canadian National Railways Locomotive drawing a special train of Shriners returning from a convention in Minneapolis went off the track at River Beaudette, Que., 23 miles east of Cornwall, Ont., it was announced by Canadian National Railways officials here.
No one was injured and after two and a half hours the train resumed its journey to Montreal. While no report had been received here it was understood a broken part in the truck caused the derailment. The rest of the train remained on the track.

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