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Cascade Rail Foundation Milwaukee Road Archive
Paul Krueger Collection
"Picture file name"
Right of Way
Drop Off Library
Freight Car Data
Freight Equipment Diagrams 1970s
David Klawunder Collection
Jefferey Moreau Collection
Cedar Falls, WA forest fire on May 31, 1922
CMSTP 10253 Hyak 1939-02-26
MILW bipolar electric 10253 with a ski train at Hyak on February 26, 1939.
CMSTPP 10238 TacomaWA 1934-09-29
CMStP&P boxcab electric locomotive 10238 (EF-1) at Tacoma, WA on September 29, 1934. Photographer unknown.
CMStPP 10251 TacomaWA 1937-03-06
CMStP&P 10251, a Bipolar electric locomotive, at Tacoma, WA on March 6, 1937.
CMStPP 10500 TacomaWA 1937-08-07
CMStP&P 10500, an EF-2 class boxcab electric locomotive, at Tacoma, WA on August 7, 1937.
CMSTPP E4 SeattleWA
Milwaukee Road Bi-polar E-4 at Union Station in Seattle, WA. Date and photographer, unknown.
CMSTPP E4 TacomaWA
Milwaukee Road Bipolar electric locomotive at Tacoma, WA. Date and photographer unknown.
CMStPP E50 TacomaWA
Milwaukee Road boxcab electric locomotive E50 at Tacoma, WA. Date and photographer unknown.
CMSTP&P 9305 at Tacoma, WA on June 13, 1935.
Columbian wreck at Cle Elum 1912
Passenger train No. 17, the westbound Columbian, entered the Cle Elum yard at 9:12 a.m. on May 6, 1912. It ran into an open switch and collided with a freight locomotive on the siding. Fireman A. W. “Gus” Jordan, on the Columbian, was killed instantly w
MILW 0773 TacomaWA 1937-04-17
MILW 0773, a bay window caboose, at Tacoma, WA on April 17, 1937.
MILW 358 470 and 282 at TacomaWA
MILW 358, 470, and 282 lead a train through Tacoma, WA toward Portland, OR. Date and photographer unknown. Slide developed in April 1978.
Milwaukee line gouging through rocks
Milwaukee Line gouging through the rocks. Newspaper Enterprise Association (Pacific Bureau). Location unknown. Stamped date on back is March 16, 1923 (may not be date photo was taken).
Railroad relocation - members of inspection party alighting from Milwaukee railroad inspection car (Inspection Car No. 2) following trip over new line on March 16, 1944. Location and photographer not identified. Photo from the Cascade Rail Foundation Pa
Railroad construction at Tekoa, WA, presumed to be the Milwaukee Road. The steam locomotive belongs to Twohy Brothers and the steamshovel belongs to Western States Construction. Postmarked at Tekoa, WA in August 1907.
MILW 7225, a 2-8-0 steam locomotive, at Longview, WA on June 21, 1935. Photographer not identified. Photo from the Cascade Rail Foundation Paul Krueger Collection, all rights reserved.
MILW bridge at Tekoa, WA. Undated real photo postcard by an unidentified photographer. Postcard from the Cascade Rail Foundation Paul Krueger Collection, all rights reserved.
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