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When Was the Heyday for Train Robberies?
An Early Celebration
The Last Straw
An Indiana train robbery led to a vigilante action.
The Last Train Robbery in Arizona
Up Goes Yer Hands
The Mysterious Case Of The Vanishing Train Robbers
Several posses scoured the country but the bandits seemed to have vanished into thin air.
A Posse Of Train Robbers
Burt insisted Three-Finger Jack was a liar and that he, Burt was too dumb to plan such a clever robbery.
Grant Wheeler and Joe George were a pair of wannabe train robbers that should have stuck to punchin’ cows.
You Can Never Go Home
Outlaw Bill Whitley made a fatal mistake in going back to Texas.
Robbing Trains Ain’t Rocket Science
The Train Robbers
By the 1890's train robberies were big business in the West.
Pursuing Outlaw Sam Bass
The trail of the Union Pacific train robbers leads from South Dakota to Texas.
Johnny D. Boggs