The Woodbridge train derailment occurred on February 6, 1951, in Woodbridge, New Jersey, when a train derailed crossing a temporary wooden trestle, killing 86 people.It remains New Jersey's deadliest train wreck, the deadliest U.S. derailment since 1918, and the deadliest peacetime rail disaster in the United States. Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. Jul 21, 2013 · It is unclear exactly how many passengers died in the accident. It is estimated that between 47-50 people died as a result of the accident. 100 survivors boarded the steamship for Germany the following morning. A small garden and a brass plaque, laid on the 70th anniversary of the wreck, commemorates the crash site.

Jul 21, 2013 · It is unclear exactly how many passengers died in the accident. It is estimated that between 47-50 people died as a result of the accident. 100 survivors boarded the steamship for Germany the following morning. A small garden and a brass plaque, laid on the 70th anniversary of the wreck, commemorates the crash site. Jef Mangelschots' home on the Web for all scuba related stuff