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Archive for June 23rd, 2016

Originally published in the Maplevalley Messenger, June 23, 1921

Another grade crossing accident in King County: Just a reminder that the grade crossing danger still exists. The above picture is a view of the Earlington crossing on the Interurban after a train hit a large gravel truck last week. The driver of the truck, Clare Boulton, is in the Renton Hospital with both legs broken. (Courtesy Seattle P.I., photo by Strnard’s Photo Shop.)

Another grade crossing accident in King County: Just a reminder that the grade crossing danger still exists. The above picture is a view of the Earlington crossing on the Interurban after a train hit a large gravel truck last week. The driver of the truck, Clare Boulton, is in the Renton Hospital with both legs broken. (Courtesy Seattle P.I., photo by Strnard’s Photo Shop.)

Be it resolved, by Cedar Grange No. 534 Patrons of Husbandry, in regular session assembled at Maplevalley, King County, Wash., this 23rd day of June, 1921, that

WHEREAS, there exists a dangerous grade crossing over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway at a point about one-fourth mile southeast of the station in Maplevalley, and (more…)

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