The Blizzard at Honey Brook.

United States of America, February 1899

Saturday night Feb. 11th the blizzard began. On Sunday the snow fell all day and by night a high wind was blown. The Storm raged all day on Monday. The Early morning mail train was caught in the drifts in the cut near Buchanon Road. The temperature was about zero. The streets were blocked in Honey Brook and the schools were closed.
The Storm subsided on Monday Night. There was about 38 or 40 inches of snow on the ground (at having it snowed the week before, and the drifts in many places were very high).
On Thursday of the same week the weather became warmer and on Friday the first train went over the whole railroad.

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