RailPictures.Net Photo: MILW 164 Milwaukee Road EMD SD40-2 at Maple Valley, Washington by Bill Edgar
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Milwaukee Road (more..)
EMD SD40-2 (more..)
Junction with the Pacific Coast RR. (more..)
Maple Valley, Washington, USA (more..)
April 28, 1979
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MILW 164 (more..)
Bill Edgar (more..)
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A Milwaukee Road freight exits the best trackage it will experience between Tacoma and at least Miles City, MT. Maple Valley trackage was the former Pacific Coast, then BN (through the GN), and MILW used it from Seattle to Black River Jct., then east to here. At this point it entered its own trackage, which by 1979 was not in great shape. (MILW uses joint UP trackage from Tacoma to Black River Jct.)
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