Belton Station, MT Train Wreck, Apr 1902
Bad wreck in Montana.
No. 4 east bound passenger train on the Great Northern was wrecked Tuesday afternoon at a point four miles west of Belton station which is thirty miles east of Kalispell. The engineer CHARLES HART and his fireman W. O. CHERRIER, were badly scalded about the body and lower limbs. Express Messenger ED McCONVILLE was hurt, together with a number of passengers, the names of whom cannot be ascertained. The engine and first four cars are a complete wreck. The cause of the accident is unknown.
American Eagle Utah 1902-04-12