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Fred Lewis

From the Grundy County Herald,
Thursday December 21, 2000
“A Glance Back” with William Turner

On Friday the 23rd of January 1920, Mr. Fred Lewis, a brakeman on the Tracy City and Palmer branch of the NC&StL Railroad, was thrown from the train and instantly killed at a sidetrack in Palmer. One car and the tender of the engine passed over him before the attention of the engineer could be attracted.

Submitted by James Bell, Jr.



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