Northwest Railway Museum



Just east of Seattle, in the small town of Snoqualmie, is where you\'ll find The Northwest Railway Museum. the Museum was incorporated in 1957 and today serves over 85,000 visitors per year.

The museum\'s trains are usually powered by a Baldwin/Whitcomb RS-4-TC #4024 or #4012, and consist of three or four early 20th Century coaches from Spokane, Portland and Seattle, and Washington Railroad and Navigation Co.

The Northwest Railway Museum
P.O. Box 459
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Snoqualmie Depot 425-888-3030.

Photos include locomotives Weyerhauser 2-6-6-2 #6, United States Plywood 2-6-6-2 #11, and Weyerhauser 2-6-6-2T #108, which are a special breed of logging locomotive built by Baldwin. The best source of information on this class of Baldwin locomotives is Jon Davis\' Mallets in the Tall Timber page.