The Great Shohola Train Wreck
150th Anniversary Event

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(July 13, 2014) Enlarge The Rebel Chaplain, Scott J. Payne, and a representative from Sons of Union Veterans Col. Ellis Camp 124 at the grave of the Johnson brothers at the Congregational Cemetery in Berryville, New York

(July 13, 2014) Enlarge The Rebel Chaplain, Scott J. Payne, and members of the public and members of Sons of Union Veterans Col. Ellis Camp 124 pose for a picture after the memorial service

     

(July 13, 2014) Enlarge Collision scene, about one-and-a-half miles west of Shohola, Pike County, Pennsylvania
 
The Rebel Chaplain, Scott J. Payne, shows the group the burial area of the prisoners and guards killed at the site

 

(July 13, 2014) Enlarge Collision Scene
 
Site of the burial trenches along the north side of the tracks

 
       
     

(2010) Enlarge Collision Scene
 
The train wreck occurred here, about one-and-a-half miles west of Shohola, Pike County, Pennsylvania

     

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