Extra 1104 - The Story of the Rockport Train Wreck
Steaming fifty people to death, the train wreck of Extra 1104 in 1925 stands today as one of the most disastrous train wrecks in New Jersey. For over 90 years, the complete full story of this tragedy remained largely untold until local filmmaker John General set out to reveal what really happened on the fateful night that put courage, selflessness and pure heroism to a true test. "Extra 1104 - The Story of the Rockport Train Wreck" is the only film to ever tell the full story of the deadliest disaster in Warren County's history that left Rockport, a small rural village with no electricity or medical personnel, shaken for decades.
Visit the Memorial
At the site of the wreck, a memorial was erected in 1995 to commemorate the significant loss of life as well as the heroism and courage displayed by those who responded to Warren County's deadliest disaster. It's located where the railroad tracks cross Hazen Rd. in Hackettstown, NJ.
Reach out with Questions or Comments about the Wreck
The goal of this film was to be informative and help preserve this moment in history so always feel free to reach out if you're hungry for more information or have questions about the wreck.