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  • Collection: Northwest Rails

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Men pose near a locomotive idling. Presumed to be in Spokane Valley, ca. 1920.

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A view of 3rd Avenue to Spring Street in September 1883 during the celebration of the completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad at the University of Washington grounds.

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First train arriving in Seattle over the Columbia & Puget Sound Railway in September 1883. This was also the first passenger train to arrive in Seattle and it brough officials of the Northern Pacific Railway of which the Columbia & Puget Sound was a…

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Railroad barbeque by whites and Indians on the University of Washington campus celebrating the completion of the Northern Pacific Railway and the arrival of the first train in September 1883.

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The old type of rotary plow maintained by the Union Pacific Railway for the purpose of keeping tracks cleared of snow. Taken c. 1890 by the Barnard Studio (?).

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Photo taken of workers on the rail line between Hooper & Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls, ca. 1920

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Photo taken of workers on the rail line between Hooper & Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls, ca. 1920

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Locomotive on the rail line between Hooper and Joso, ca. 1920.

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Two locomotives prepare to pass each other on the rail line between Hooper and Joso, ca. 1920.

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Rail worker and family in front a house on the line between Hooper and Joso, ca. 1920.

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Photo taken of a worker in front of a house on the rail line between Hooper and Joso, ca. 1920.

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Photo taken of a rail worker and his family near the rail line between Hooper & Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls, ca. 1920.

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Railroad workers pose with cats on the rail line between Hooper and Joso, ca. 1920

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Rail line between Hooper and Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties, ca. 1920.

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Railroad worker and cat pose on the rail line between Hooper and Joso, ca. 1920.

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Worker rests on what may be the Joso Viaduct across the Snake River, ca. 1920.

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Photo taken of worker and dogs on a chair on the rail line between Hooper & Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls, ca. 1920.

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The rail line between Hooper & Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Fall, ca. 1920.

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A cat sits on a small handcar near the rail tracks between Hooper and Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls, ca. 1920.

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A cat sits in the sun on rail tracks between Hooper and Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls. Taken c. 1920.

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Photo taken of workers and family eating lunch on the rail line between Hooper & Joso in Whitman and Franklin Counties near Palouse Falls, ca. 1920

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Driving first railroad pile in waters of Elliot Bay in 1874. Near the corner of present-day King Street and First Avenue in Seattle.

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"Edmonds, Snohomish County. New suburban station of the Great Northern Railroad. View N. E."

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"Snoqualmie; King Co. This attractive station long has been a favorite of all railroad lovers. View N. E."

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"Lester; King County. Once an important division point, this Northern Pacific Eastern Mountain King Co. Station only occasionally draws old time crowds by Casey Jones special trains. View South.

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Brewster. Okanogan County. Great Northern Station View South. Prototype of white painted stations east and west of Cascades.

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"Lyle; Klickitat County. View East to small S. S. & P. R. R. station with Columbia River in the distance.

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Oakesdale, Whitman County. One car commuter train at Northern Pacific Station on its daily run from Spokane to Pullman and Moscow, Idaho. View Northwest.

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Roosevelt; Klickitat County. Station of the Spokane-Portland and Seattle Railroad. Line to be relocated after completion of John Day Dam on Columbia River; view east.

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"Rosalia; Whitman County. One of many small stations being overhwelmed by its gigantic neighbors. The grain elevators, old and new. N. P. Station."

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"Dayton; Columbia County. The state's most picturesque station; view S. W."

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"Dayton; Columbia County. Rear view of the state's most picturesque station."

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"Fairfield; Spokane County. Union Pacific Station: view N. W. This pleasant 2 story depot with upstairs living accommodation represents another less prevalent station painted chiefly in brown."

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"Cheney; Spokane County. This pleasant college town station with its red tiled roof is an attractive departure from the accostomed drab design."

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"Two great snow slides at Mace, Idaho, March 29, 1894. No one hurt. Picture is taken from the top of one slide looking toward the other. Slide was from 75 to 100 feet in depth, cut made was 86 ft. by actual measurement one month after the slide…

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"Snow cut made from snow slide March 29, 1894"

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"Two great snowslides at Mace, Idaho, March 29, 1894"

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"Snowslide at Mace, Idaho, February 28, 1910."

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T. W. Tolman photo of first horse-drawn street car in Spokane.

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"Burning street car at the close of their service in Spokane after parade held, August 31, 1936. System then owned by Washington Water Power Company."
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