Hello! This article is the first part of Train Museums and Rides of the Northwest. Our first stop is in Snoqualmie, Wa. This is one of my favorite train museums. It’s main building is the Snoqualmie train depot. It houses their gift shop and a couple of small train related exhibits. This first part of this article will focus on the depot and the depot grounds, including the locomotives and cars displayed around it. The photos are from two different visits. One in May, and one in October.
The Side of one of two almost identicle locomotives the museum uses to pull the excursion train.
The entire locomotive.
The Snoqualmie depot Constructed by The Seattle, Lakeshore and Eastern ry.
The back of Locomotive 201, the last Alco RSD-4 in the world.
US Plywood corp #11 logging steam engine.
Ingersoll-Rand industrial locomotive.
“Cecil” A 45 ton diesel switcher.
Us Army Kitchen car.
And now on to the storage/ display tracks.
A Heisler logging locomotive.
Another logging engine, this time a 3-truck shay.
Union Pacific 2-8-0 #529
Northern Pacific 0-6-0 #924 sole surviving L-5 class 0-6-0. Built by Rogers Locomotive Works.
Left: Dunsmuir 2-6-0t+t. Right: Weyerhauser #108 2-6-6-2T.
Unknown (Electric?) Locomotive. Probably electric locomotive due to pantograph on top.
Thanks for reading! In part 2, which is coming soon, you will see photos of the train ride and the display shed.