Thursday, July 19, 2012

No. 78 Northwest Railway Musuem

The Snoqualmie Depot was constructed in 1890 by the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway. It was used by successor companies Seattle and International Railroad, Northern Pacific Railway, and the Burlington Northern Railroad.  The Snoqualmie Depot is open 7 days a week year 'round (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day; there is limited access during Day Out With Thomas and Santa Train events). 
There is no admission charge to visit the depot; hours are 10am to 5 pm.

The Snoqualmie Depot
1890 Vintage SnoqualmieTrain Station
The Snoqualmie Depot
The Snoqualmie Depot
Vintage Steam Locomotive
The Snoqualmie Depot
Diesel-Electric Locomotive

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