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The Northwest Railway Museum is open 7 days a week year 'round (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day; there is limited access during Day Out With Thomas and Santa Train events). The Museum consists of several locations, our 1890 Snoqualmie Depot, the Centennial Trail Exhibit, and Railway History Center. There is no admission charge to visit the Snoqualmie Depot; hours are 10 am to 5 pm. The Centennial Trail Exhibit is on a public walkway, is free, and never closes. The Railway History Center is available by train; please check our Regular Trains section for current times. Regular Trains also depart from the North Bend Depot.

Click on Getting Here to find out how to get to the Museum. To learn about the Snoqualmie Depot, click on Historic Depot. To learn about schedules, fares, and departure points for the Museum's Interpretive Railway, the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad, click on Ride the Train. Click on Santa Train to discover why every year thousands of people travel to North Bend just after Thanksgiving. Click on School Train to see what over 1,700 public, private, and home school children did last year. And if you are planning to visit the Museum, click on More To Do to see other places and events you can visit while in the Upper Snoqualmie Valley.

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May 24, 2017
Most Endangered Places 2017
Northern Pacific Railway Parlor Car 1799 listed for 2017.The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is, "dedicated to saving the places that matter in Washington State and promoting sustainable and economically viable communities through historic preservation." In each of the last 25 years, the Washington Trust has listed the Most Endangered Places, which are historic resources
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