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The Phantom Train of Marshall Pass

From: Roy Trumbull
Length: 05:12

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A train engineer pulling up to the 12,000 foot summit of Marshall Pass, CO finds he's being pursued by a wild train behind while being ordered to stop by a swinging signal lantern ahead. The tale is from the collection "Myths and Legends of Our Own Land" by CHarles M. Skinner. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-1 A train engineer pulling up to the 12,000 foot summit of Marshall Pass, CO finds he's being pursued by a wild train behind while being ordered to stop by a swinging signal lantern ahead. The tale is from the collection "Myths and Legends of Our Own Land" by CHarles M. Skinner.

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