Jan 25, 2012

Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie, WA

The Northwest Railway Museum is a railroad museum in Snoqualmie, King County, Washington. The Snoqualmie Depot was constructed in 1890. The Snoqualmie Depot has now been restored to its turn of the century grandeur and is again presented as an operating train station.
Museum visitors traveling on the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad purchase their tickets from the original 1890 ticket window.
The Deport interior:

Compound Mallet Steam Locomotive 11. Date of manufacture: 1926.

Army Medical Service Ambulance Kitchen Car USA 89601 was built in 1953. The purpose of an ambulance kitchen car was to prepare meals on ambulance trains.

Switcher locomotive #924. 1899
Two-Truck Heisler 4. 1923

Wrecking cranes were used to clean up after train wrecks. 1908
Shell Oil Tank Car SCCX-1246. 1929

Date of manufacture: 1923.
The Eastern Railway & Lumber Company 3-truck Shay #1. 1924