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Jefferson Exchange | October 10, 2013
10:35 am
Thu October 10, 2013

Tragedy At Tunnel 13 Revisited

Credit History Press West

It can't really be called "the last great train robbery," because it was a failure as a robbery. 

But the DeAutremont brothers (Ray, Roy and Hugh) made history when they stopped a Southern Pacific passenger train in the Siskiyou Mountains and killed four crews members back in 1923. 

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