Kennecott Copper 201, a rare RSD-4 sits at the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie.
Steam hauled passenger service passes through Snoqualmie Depot, Washington with a return service to the Snoqualmie Falls viewpoint. The Northwest Railway Museum offered steam service on a limited... (more)
SCPC No. 2 rests at Snoqualmie Depot after successful, if eventful, completion of a charter trip following the first day of scheduled passenger service behind a steam engine since the 1920s. Just... (more)
Steam over Snoqualmie Falls
It's been 25 years since a steam engine last ran in Snoqualmie, but the 2014 Railroad Days festival heralds the return of steam-driven locomotion to the Nor... (more)
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)
Thomas the Tank Engine passes the top of Snoqualmie Falls and ongoing construction work at Puget Sound Energy's hydroelectric plant. Day Out with Thomas is the Railroad: Thomas The TankLocomotive: Steam 0-6-0Location: Snoqualmie, Washington, USALocomotive #: 1Train ID: Day Out with ThomasPhoto Date: July 13, 2013
Light rain heightens the color of this FM and the Alco RSD-4 on the adjacent track at the Northwest Railroad Museum operation.
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)
Thunderstorms rumble off the Cascade Range as NP Rotary Snowplow No. 10 stands sentinel alongside the Northwest Railway Museum mainline outside of downtown Snoqualmie. This proud warrior was buil... (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)
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. #1, just painted and lettered, sits in the Museum's new Display Building with a handful of other artifacts. The track work inside and outside the building is nearing comple... (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-Kennecott Copper Company #201. Donated in 1984, and the sole surviving Alco RSD-4 according to museum literature.