Northwest Railway Museum

To develop and operate an outstanding railroad museum that provides the public a place to experience the excitement of a working railroad, and to see and understand the significance of railroads in the development and settlement of Washington and adjacent areas.

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Address:PO Box 459 38625 SE King Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065-0459
Phone Number:425-888-3030
Give Big 2017 support will be directed towards preservation of the 1901 Pullman Parlor Car located on Whidby Island in Puget Sound. In 2017 this rare, intact artifact will be moved to the Museum in Snoqualmie where it will eventually be restored to its former early 20th Century glory and be able to operate on the Museum's interpretive railway.

Northwest Railway Museum teaches, preserves and perpetuates Northwest railway history by operating a living museum where visitors participate in a historically-authentic experience. Programs feature an operating historic railroad with - quite literally - all the bells and whistles. Visitors take a train that travels to between Snoqualmie Falls and North Bend with a stop at the museum campus for an exhibit building tour. Exhibits range from the award-winning "Wellington Remembered" exhibit about Wellington, Washington to the American Baptist Publication Society chapel car 5 Messenger of Peace.