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A compilation of Pacific Coast Railroad and related images from the Walt Ainsworth and Maple Valley historical Society collections held by PNRA.

​This compilation of Pacific Coast Railroad and related photos from the Walt Ainsworth and Maple Valley Historical Society collections is organized by locomotive (in road number order), other rolling stock by  type and number, the right of way from Seattle eastward to the ends of the Newcastle, Taylor and Franklin branches, and special topics such as the last train of large logs coming off Tiger Mountain.  Also included are photos of the Spirit of Washington Dinner train, which used portions of the line in the 1990's and the corporate cousin Pacific Coast Railway out of San Luis Obispo in California.  So grab your pass and your schedule and take a tour over the line.

  
  
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Pacific Coast Co. passes - for various PC rail and ship companies
WAPC
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Pacific Coast Railroad Co. Time Table 20, dated 10/23/1921
WAPC
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Pacific Coast Railroad Co. Train Schedule dated 9/21/1924
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S&WW 1 A.A. Denny 0-4-2 and crew at terminus, Seattle
circa 1877SeattleWAS&WW1locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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S&WW 1 A.A. Denny 0-4-2 and crew at terminus, Seattle
circa 1877SeattleWAS&WW1locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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(First) C&PS 2 Alki 4-4-0 and crew on turntable at roundhouse, Seattle
circa 1880SeattleWAC&PS2locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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(First) C&PS 2 Alki 4-4-0 and crew at coal dock, Newcastle, WA
circa 1894NewcastleWAC&PS2locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewstructure-coal dockJ. Smith
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S&WW 3 Geo. C. Bode 0-6-0, Seattle. Destroyed in Seattle fire
1874SeattleWAS&WW3locomotive-steam
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(Second) C&PS 5 0-6-0 and crew at terminus, Seattle
circa 1890SeattleWAC&PS5locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 5 4-4-0, fireman in cab, readies for departure with eastbound passenger train on waterfront at Seattle
circa 1910SeattleWAPC5locomotive-steamtrain-passenger
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C&PS 7 Hyak 0-4-0T and crew, engineer Peter Peterson, Newcastle, WA
circa 1890NewcastleWAC&PS7locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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C&PS 7 2-8-0 and crew in yard at Seattle
circa 1900SeattleWAC&PS7locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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C&PS 7 2-8-0 (front) and crew at unknown location
circa 1900WAC&PS7locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 8 2-8-0 in storage, pilot removed, Seattle
1938SeattleWAPC8locomotive-steamHarold Hill
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C&PS 8 and 7, 2-8-0, just delivered, and crews pose with narrow-gauge locomotives on mainline along tideflats in Seattle, December 1897.
1897SeattleWAC&PS8locomotive-steamPeople-Railroad7
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C&PS 8 and 7, standard-gauge 2-8-0s, pose with narrow-gauge locomotives on their delivery day at Seattle, December 1897.
circa 1890SeattleWAC&PS8locomotive-steamlocomotive-steam
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C&PS 8 2-8-0 and crew outside roundhouse, Seattle
circa 1890SeattleWAC&PS8locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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C&PS 8 2-8-0 and crew outside roundhouse, Seattle
circa 1890SeattleWAC&PS8locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 8 2-8-0 on train near Seattle
circa 1930SeattleWAPC8locomotive-steamTrain-Freight
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C&PS 9 2-8-0 and crew near roundhouse, with 3-rail track, Seattle
11/1/1890SeattleWAC&PS9locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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C&PS 9 2-8-0 and crew near roundhouse, Seattle
circa 1890SeattleWAC&PS9locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 9 4-4-0 and crew with flat car carrying steam donkey, unknown location
circa 1900WAPC9locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 9 4-4-0 and crew ready for departure with passenger train on waterfront at Seattle
circa 1910SeattleWAPC9locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 9 4-4-0, crew and officials, in yard at Seattle
circa 1910SeattleWAPC9locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 10 0-6-0 on dock at Seattle
1937SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steamAlbert Farrow
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PC 10 0-6-0, Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steamHarold Hill
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PC 10 0-6-0 switching dock at Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steamtrain-switchingHarold Hill
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PC 10 0-6-0 and crew on dock, Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 10 0-6-0, Seattle
7/16/1925SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steamJames Turner
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PC 10 0-6-0 switching industry, Seattle
3/28/1940SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steamtrain-switchingAlbert Farrow
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C&PS 10 4-4-0 and crew near roundhouse, Seattle
circa 1890SeattleWAC&PS10locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 10 0-6-0, Seattle
circa 1930SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steam
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PC 10 0-6-0 in grubby condition in snow at Seattle (tender out of view)
Oct. 1934SeattleWAPC10locomotive-steam
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PC 10 and crew. Sam Huth at center. Sam was from Maple Valley, WA
Maple ValleyWAPC10Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 10 in Seattle with crane
SeattleWAPC10Locomotive-steamcrane
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PC 10 in Seattle with crane
SeattleWAPC10Locomotive-steamcrane
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PC 11 2-8-0 and crew ready for departure with passenger train, Seattle
circa 1910SeattleWAPC11locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 11 2-8-0, Renton, WA
circa 1930RentonWAPC11locomotive-steam
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PC 11 2-8-0 steaming at head of train, Seattle
circa 1930SeattleWAPC11locomotive-steam
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PC 11 awaiting scrapping in Seattle
circa 1940SeattleWAPC11Locomotive-steam
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PC 11 on the turntable at the Seattle roundhouse
SeattleWAPC11Locomotive-steamturntableJames Turner
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PC 12 2-8-0, Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamHarold Hill
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PC 12 2-8-0, Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamHarold Hill
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PC 12 2-8-0 in yard at Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamyard-freightHarold Hill
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PC 12 2-8-0 switches coal gondolas, engineer Cliff Merritt in window, Seattle
1940SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamcar-gondola, woodHarold Hill
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PC 12 2-8-0, Seattle
6/21/1938SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamAlbert Farrow
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PC 12 2-8-0 crosses Alaskan Way S. leaving roundhouse, Seattle
6/1/1939SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamroundhouseHarold Hill
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PC 12 2-8-0 parked near roundhouse, Seattle
9/11/1940SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamroundhouseRoberts
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PC 12 2-8-0 and hostler Tom Wieltschnig at roundhouse, Seattle
3/26/1949SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewAlbert Farrow
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PC 12 2-8-0 parked on Seattle waterfront
circa 1920SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamJames Turner
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PC 12 2-8-0 switching at Seattle, Harold "Dave" Lear on pilot.
circa 1940SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 12 2-8-0, Seattle
Oct. 1937SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamAlbert Farrow
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PC 12 at Maple Valley water tank
Maple ValleyWAPC12Locomotive-steamtank-water
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PC 12 2-8-0 in yard at Seattle (front)
SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steamyard-freightHarold Hill
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PC 12 2-8-0, Seattle
SeattleWAPC12locomotive-steam
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PC 12 in Seattle
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steam
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PC 12 fresh from the shop in the Stacy Street yard
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 12 fresh from the shop in the Stacy Street yard
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 12 in Seattle
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steam
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PC 12 switching in Seattle
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steamtrain-switching
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PC 12 in Seattle
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steam
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PC 12 in Seattle
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steam
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C&PS 12 and crew in Seattle
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 12, 2-8-0, with Harold "Dave" Lear riding pilot, Seattle.
SeattleWAPC12Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 14 2-8-0 and caboose at Taylor, WA
1939TaylorWAPC14locomotive-steamcar-cabooseHarold Hill
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PC 14 at Taylor, 1939
1939TaylorWAPC14Locomotive-steam
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PC 14 at Taylor, 1939
1939TaylorWAPC14Locomotive-steamCaboose
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PC 14 2-8-0 near water tank at Renton, WA
1940RentonWAPC14locomotive-steamtank-water
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PC 14 2-8-0 in doorway of roundhouse, Seattle
1940SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steamroundhouseJames Turner
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PC 14 2-8-0 with conductor H. D. Lear, passing scale house at Seattle
1940SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 14 at Renton water tank 1941
1941RentonWAPC14Locomotive-steamtank-waterHarold Hill
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PC 14 takes water at tank, with fireman, next to bunk house, Maple Valley, WA
1944Maple ValleyWAPC14locomotive-steamtank-waterHarold Hill
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PC 14, recently shopped, and engineer Williams, Renton, WA
1944RentonWAPC14locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 14 and caboose at Renton 1945
1945RentonWAPC14Locomotive-steamCaboose-woodHarold Hill
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PC 14, January 1947
Jan-47RentonWAPC14Locomotive-steam
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Engineer Sheridan T. Miller running PC 14 (from behind, in cab)
1943TaylorWAPC14Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 14 2-8-0 and crew in cab, Seattle
6/28/1924SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 14 2-8-0 freshly shopped, poses with engineer Fritz Soderback (r.) at roundhouse, Seattle
3/20/1940SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steamroundhouseJames Turner
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PC 14
6/18/1949WAPC14Locomotive-steamJames Turner
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PC 14 at Seattle
7/16/1949SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steamAlbert Farrow
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PC 14 on waterfront at S. Dearborn St., photographer James Turner riding pilot, boxcars nearby for loading LCL freight, Seattle.
circa 1940SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steamcar-box, woodHarold Hill
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PC 14 2-8-0 and 17 0-6-0 after retirement and line sale to Great Northern. On the scale track behind Seattle Sears, Roebuck.
Nov. 1951SeattleWAPC14locomotive-steamlocomotive-steam17
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PC 14 behind Sears, Roebuck in Seattle
SeattleWAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freightJames Turner
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PC 14 and 17 on Stacy Street yard scale track, retired
SeattleWAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freight17
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PC 14 and 17 on the scale track in Seattle, retired
SeattleWAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freight17
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PC 14 and 17 at unknown location awaiting scrapping.
SeattleWAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freight17
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PC 14 at Stacy Street yard
SeattleWAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 14 on scale track behind Sears Roebuck, awaiting disposal
SeattleWAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 14 and 17 at unknown location awaiting scrapping.
WAPC14Locomotive-steamyard-freight17
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PC 15 2-8-0 on the Milwaukee main, brakeman riding pilot, switches at Renton, WA. The dirt road in the background was formerly the PSE spur into Denny Renton Clay.
1942RentonWAPC15locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 15 standing at Interbay roundhouse after retirement, Seattle
1951SeattleWAPC15locomotive-steamroundhouseAlbert Farrow
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PC 15 standing at Interbay roundhouse after retirement, Seattle
1951SeattleWAPC15locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 15 and PC 16 at Interbay yard prior to disposal, 1953
1953SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamyard-freight16
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PC 15 at roundhouse, Seattle
Aug. 1951SeattleWAPC15locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 15 2-8-0 with railroad workers watching at Georgetown, south Seattle
circa 1940SeattleWAPC15locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 15 2-8-0 standing in yard at Seattle
circa 1940SeattleWAPC15locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 15 2-8-0, Seattle
circa 1950SeattleWAPC15locomotive-steam
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PC 15 on Maple Valley wye (Taylor leg). Engineer S.T. Miller
Maple ValleyWAPC15Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewHarold Hill
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PC 15 on north leg of Maple Valley wye
Maple ValleyWAPC15Locomotive-steam
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PC 15 at the Renton wye
RentonWAPC15Locomotive-steam
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PC 15 at Renton
RentonWAPC15Locomotive-steamJames Turner
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PC 15 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 15 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 15 on the turntable at Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamturntable
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PC 15 on the turntable at Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamturntable
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PC 15 at the roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 15 at Seattle after retirement at Interbay
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 15 near the roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 15 leaving the turntable in Seattle
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamturntable
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PC 15 and crew
circa 1890WAPC15Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 15, brakeman (probably Bill Anthony) on the pilot
WAPC15Locomotive-steamtrain-switching
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PC 15 and 16 at Interbay shortly before retirement
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 15 and 16 at Interbay shortly before retirement
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamLocomotive-steam16
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PC 15 and 16 at Interbay shortly before retirement
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 15 and 16 at Interbay shortly before retirement
SeattleWAPC15Locomotive-steamLocomotive-steam16
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PC 16 standing at Black Diamond, WA
1939Black DiamondWAPC16locomotive-steamHarold Hill
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PC 16 outside roundhouse, Seattle
1939SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 with headlight blackout shade moves light along Houser Way, Renton, WA
1943RentonWAPC16locomotive-steamHarold Hill
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PC 16 arriving in Maple Valley, 1944
1944Maple ValleyWAPC16Locomotive-steamdepot-freight
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PC 16 stands outside roundhouse at Seattle
1945SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 stands outside roundhouse at Seattle
2/22/1934SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 stands in yard at Renton, WA
8/22/1951RentonWAPC16locomotive-steamyard-freightAlbert Farrow
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PC 16, brakeman Bill Anthony on pilot, heads train east at Maple Valley, WA
9/14/1951Maple ValleyWAPC16locomotive-steamTrain-FreightAlbert Farrow
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PC 16 2-8-0 heading coal empties, fireman takes water at tank in Maple Valley, WA
9/14/1951Maple ValleyWAPC16locomotive-steamTrain-FreightAlbert Farrow
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PC 16, May 2, 1924
5/2/2024SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamJames Turner
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PC 16 and crew, with cars still lettered for C&PS
circa 1916WAPC16Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 16 2-8-0 and crew near Maple Valley, WA.
circa 1920Maple ValleyWAPC16locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 16 2-8-0 and crew--brakeman Tom Monahan, cond. Denny Howard, engr. James Hoyt, firemn. Joe Bertusky, agent Ed Monahan, brakeman, Frank "Shorty" Bay, laborer Kris Krall - in yard at Taylor, WA
circa 1920TaylorWAPC16locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewMiss Monahan
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PC 16 stands at water tank, Maple Valley, WA
circa 1940Maple ValleyWAPC16locomotive-steamtank-water
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PC 16 2-8-0, conductor Joe Bow in hat, await clearance, Argo interlocking, Seattle
circa 1940SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewJames Turner
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PC 16 stands outside PC general offices, Seattle
circa 1940SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamstructure-frame
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PC 16, with crew, takes water at tank next to bunk house at Maple Valley, WA
circa 1950Maple ValleyWAPC16locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 16 takes water at tank next to bunk house, Maple Valley, WA
circa 1950Maple ValleyWAPC16locomotive-steamtank-water
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PC 16 stands outside general offices, Seattle
circa 1950SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamstructure-frame
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PC 16 stands at Great Northern Interbay roundhouse in retirement, Seattle
Jan. 1952SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 stands near turntable at Great Northern Interbay roundhouse in retirement, Seattle
Jan. 1952SeattleWAPC16locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 at Black Diamond
Black DiamondWAPC16Locomotive-steam
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PC 16 on the north leg of the Maple Valley wye
Maple ValleyWAPC16Locomotive-steam
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PC 16 on the Newcastle line at the Renton water tank
RentonWAPC16locomotive-steamtank-water
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PC 16 waits at the depot in Renton
RentonWAPC16Locomotive-steamdepot-freight
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PC 16 at Interbay after retirement
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamyard-freight
MVHS_KC_PC0001.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0001
PC 16 near roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
MVHS_KC_PC0012.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0012
PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
MVHS_KC_PC0011.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0011
PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
MVHS_KC_PC0017.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0017
PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
MVHS_KC_PC0018.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0018
PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
MVHS_KC_PC0007.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0007
PC 16 near roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle at sunset
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 at roundhouse in Seattle at sunset
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 near roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 in switching the yard. Brakeman Bill Anthony alongside
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamtrain-switching
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PC 16 at the roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 at Seattle after retirement at Interbay
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamyard-freight
MVHS_KC_PC0074.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0074
PC 15 leaving the turntable in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamdepot-freight
MVHS_KC_PC0082.jpgMVHS_KC_PC0082
PC 16 near roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 16 in switching the yard. Brakeman Bill Anthony alongside
SeattleWAPC16Locomotive-steampeople-railroad crew
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PC 17 0-6-0, crewman lounging in cab, Seattle
1937SeattleWAPC17locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewAlbert Farrow
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PC 17 at the Seattle roundhouse, 1938
1938SeattleWAPC17Locomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC 17 0-6-0 inside shop building, Seattle
9/16/1950SeattleWAPC17locomotive-steamstructure -railroad shopHarold Hill
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PC 17 0-6-0, Seattle
Apr. 1934SeattleWAPC17locomotive-steamRonald V. Nixon
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PC 17 retired
SeattleWAPC17Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 17 switching in yard, Seattle
SeattleWAPC17Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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PC 17 switching in yard, Seattle
SeattleWAPC17Locomotive-steamtrain-switching
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C&PS 18 4-4-0 in magazine builder's photo
circa 1920WAC&PS18locomotive-steamBuilders photo
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PC 18 4-4-0, crew, under trolley trestle, Seattle
circa 1925SeattleWAPC18locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewJames Turner
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PC 18 4-4-0 under trolley trestle at Seattle
circa 1925SeattleWAPC18locomotive-steambridge-trestleJames Turner
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PC 18 4-4-0, engineer in cab, awaits departure beneath trolley trestle at Seattle
circa 1925SeattleWAPC18locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewJames Turner
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PC 18 4-4-0, engineer in cab, awaits departure beneath trolley trestle at Seattle
circa 1925SeattleWAPC18locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewJames Turner
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PC 18 and train await departure at depot, RR Avenue and Washington St., Seattle
circa 1925SeattleWAPC18locomotive-steamtrain-passengerJames Turner
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PC 18, hostler in cab, on turntable at Dearborn St. roundhouse, Seattle
circa 1938SeattleWAPC18locomotive-steampeople-railroad crewAlbert Farrow
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PC 17 retired. At Stacy Street on the scale track.
circa 1940SeattleWAPC18Locomotive-steamyard-freight
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Milwaukee 59, 2-6-6-2 on the line at Maple Valley
Maple ValleyWAMilw59Locomotive-steam
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Milwaukee 59, 2-6-6-2
RentonWAMilw59Locomotive-steam
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Milw 726 2-6-2 and caboose on Houser Way, Renton, WA
Mar. 1947RentonWAMilw726locomotive-steamCaboose-wood
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Milwaukee(?) Locomotive # 935
Maple ValleyWAMilw935Locomotive-steam
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Milwaukee Road log train derailed into the river between Cedar Mountain and Cedar Grove
1912Cedar GroveWAMilwLocomotive-steamtrain-wreck
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Climax Locomotive #1151. Built in April 1912. Class - 75 ton. Type - Class C. Cylinders – 16x16. Wheel Dia. – 36”. Owned by the Wood and Iverson Inc. from 1912 through 1934.
HobartWALocomotive-steam
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PC steamer moves out from roundhouse at Seattle
SeattleWAPCLocomotive-steamroundhouse
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PC steamer moving out from the roundhouse in Seattle
SeattleWAPCLocomotive-steamroundhouse
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GN 77 SW1 waits for signal at junction, Renton, WA
circa 1952RentonWAGN77locomotive-diesel
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GN 77 at Stacy Street Yard office with caboose x736
SeattleWAPC77locomotive-dieseltrain-switching
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GN 77 with engineer Fritz Soderback
WAPC77Locomotive-dieselpeople-railroad crew
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GN 77, SW1, and caboose, engineer Fritz Soderback
WAPC77Locomotive-dieselpeople-railroad crew
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BN 205 SW1200 and GP38 switching cars near Spokane St. tower, Seattle
circa 1990SeattleWABN205locomotive-diesellocomotive-diesel
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GN 228 RS-3 and PC caboose X1 on Houser Way, Renton, WA
circa 1965RentonWAGN228locomotive-dieselcaboose-woodWarren W. Wing
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GN 228 RS-3 switches auto racks at Renton, WA
circa 1965RentonWAGN228locomotive-dieselcar-auto rack, openWarren W. Wing
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GN 228 RS-3 and PC caboose X1 on Houser Way, Renton, WA
circa 1965RentonWAGN228locomotive-dieselcaboose-woodWarren W. Wing
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GN 230 RS-3 in yard at Renton, WA
circa 1965RentonWAGN230locomotive-dieselyard-freightX1Robert W. Johnston
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Milwaukee Road bipolar electric locomotive E5 on westbound train at Renton
RentonWAMilwE5Locomotive-electric
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Milwaukee Road westbound Olympian with bipolar locomotive wrecked at Allentown, Washington, south of Seattle
1942AllentownWAMilwLocomotive-electrictrain-wreck
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Milw boxcab motor on early trip, possibly first run, approaches depot at Renton, WA
circa 1920RentonWAMilwlocomotive-electric
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Baldridge Logging Co. Engine # 3
Jul-36Maple ValleyWABaldridge3Locomotive-steam
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Conductor J.F. Bow at his desk inside the caboose where all his orders and records can be kept together. In this respect, a little railroad differs not one whit from its bigger brothers. Records must be kept by a conductor or conductors for cars moved only 20 miles or hauled 2,000 miles.
Feb-48WAPCPeople-Railroad Crewpeople-railroad crew
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PC caboose 52 on rear of westbound log train, Maple Valley, WA
Apr. 1939Maple ValleyWAPC52Caboose-woodtrain-logHarold Hill
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PC 52 caboose in yard, Seattle
circa 1940SeattleWAPC52caboose-woodyard-freight
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PC 52 caboose on train at Renton, WA
Mar. 1943RentonWAPC52Caboose-woodTrain-FreightHarold Hill
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PC 52 caboose standing with box cars at Seattle
Nov. 1951SeattleWAPC52Caboose-woodcar-box, woodHarold Hill
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Caboose 52 bringing up the rear of an eastbound freight in Renton
RentonWAPC52Caboose-woodTrain-Freight
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