The Great Shohola Train Wreck Page2
Courtesy of Scott J. Payne, NY

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(December 7, 2008) Final resting place for John D. Johnson

(December 7, 2008) Enlarge The Johnson brothers were given this joint marker in 1995

 

   

  

(December 7, 2008) Final resting place of Michael Johnson

(December 7, 2008) Enlarge Confederate Soldier Marker on Johnson brothers graves. All other Confederate soldiers were disinterred in 1911 and brought to Elmiras Woodlawn Cemetery where they are honored with a plaque with all of there names on it

 
     

(December 7, 2008) Enlarge Confederate Marker on Johnson Brothers graves. The Congregational Church in front of the cemetery is now a private residence. Access to the cemetery is very limited

   

(December 7, 2008) Enlarge Road to Barryville goes below this bridge. To the South (Right in photo), the tracks head to Port Jervis, where trains came from to help with the wounded and dead

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