"She won't go another further." On the Simpson Railroad at rails end, 10 miles out from the Shelton waterfront, the 1201 has pulled up on the last few yards of the former mainline, now used as a lead, with 27 loads of water-wood and waits for the other engine to remove a string of empties from East-West (the unloading track). Then he'll be able to move these loads back into there. The engine has a mascot, a raggedy-ann doll who rides the grab iron near the number board.
Based in Shelton, Washington, this private operation has hauled logs and lumber for its parent timber company Simpson Lumber (Timber) since 1890. Here you will be able to easily research all of my STC images on this site.