Train to Terror
In 1953, Boy Scouts aboard a passenger train in New Zealand face death when a bridge over a river is washed out. This true story depicts the Tangiwai disaster and how one boy’s quick thinking helps to save friends and passengers. The tragedy resulted in early warning systems on Mount Rauapehu to alert travelers to potential danger.
- 2016 Cricket Media, Inc.
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- Cricket Media
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- Children's Books, Literature and Fiction, Outdoors and Nature,
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- This is a copyrighted book.
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