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Lake Whatcom Railway

All Aboard! The Lake Whatcom Railway is a dedicated living preservation of the Pacific Northwest's railway heritage. The passenger coaches date from 1910 to 1925 and were used on American railroads prior to the days of Amtrak. They have been on passenger trains from coast to coast but since 1940 they were used on the Northern Pacific passenger trains to the East and South of Seattle. They are almost the same as they were when used on the trains out of Seattle 50 years ago.

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Taken on February 11, 2012