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Seattle and North Coast Railroad

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Fallen Flags: Seattle & North Coast--Rock and Roll!

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Seattle and North Coast lives on! Union Pacific freight train near Big Springs, Nebraska.

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Bell and Horn Salute From CSX Train w Rare Seattle and North Coast Box Car

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This animated map shows how radically a high-speed train system would improve travel in the US

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ROCK ISLAND CRI&P RAILROAD BUREAU IL 1957

The Seattle and North Coast Railroad (SNCT) was a short-line railroad that operated on the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State from Port Angeles to Port Townsend. The line was unique in that it was a "rail island" with no outside rail connection to a mainline railroad. Instead, rail equipment was brought in via barges that traveled between Port Townsend and Seattle.
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