Repair work is performed on the end of SP&S 272 at the Northwest Railway Museum's Conservation & Restoration Center. This car was built as... (more)
My grandmother was an artist her entire life, working as a fashion illustrator for some years before setting aside her career to raise a family. She continued to paint as a hobby, and her talents... (more)
Sunrise on a spectacular spring morning finds the Northwest Railway Museum's excursion train parked in front of the Snoqualmie Depot, built in 1890 by the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway a... (more)
A perfect spring morning meant I had to stop in downtown Snoqualmie on the way to work for a few photos of the Northwest Railway Museum. Th... (more)
Here is the control of the ex-US Army switcher Baldwin RS-4TC. A special thanks to the enginner who let me in, who will remain un-identified.
Ex-U.S. Army #4024, built 1954. Pulling the Santa Train this day, with its identical sister -- #4012 -- on the other end of the train.
Ex-Kennecott Copper Company #201. Donated in 1984, and the sole surviving Alco RSD-4 according to museum literature.