Train crew inside snowy car after snowplow and passenger train collision in the Town of De Kalb 

Pictured is a train crew posing inside a snowy train car interior, which was caused by the collision of a snowplow and a passenger train in which the train was buried under snow and had to be shoveled out.  The New York Central Railroad hired 40 local people with shovels to help clear the tracks. February 23 1912. Town of De Kalb, NY. Photo taken by Myrtle Penny Rice, donated by Naomi Rice.

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