Pacific Railroad History

The story of Seattle’s own railroad, this book features over 160 photographs, maps, extensive archival documentation, and employee interviews. A definitive account of one of the West Coast’s most significant railroads.

I’ve been fortunate to work on many railroad history books, including Rails to Paradise: The History of the Tacoma Eastern Railroad 1890-1919 and Remembering When: Memories of the Great Northern Cascade Division and Beyond. (I knew there was a reason my parents read train stories to me when I was young, The Little Engine that Could and The Little Red Caboose were favorites.)

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