David Judd’s talk about the 1889 Train Wreck in St. George was so popular that there was standing-room only! Over 90 people packed the Memorial Hall for his illustrated talk about this famous railway disaster.
Those in attendance can attest that David did an excellent job of establishing the context of the accident and researching all sorts of interesting details.
He will be reprising the talk for the Brant Historical Society on Wednesday, May 19th at 7:30 pm at the Museum at 57 Charlotte Street in Brantford.
Expect another great turn-out for this event as both the topic and the speaker are very popular!
ALSO: On Wednesday, April 21st, the BHS will feature the topic “Boats and Builders Along the Grand,” with guest speaker Bruce Hill.