The Seattle & North Coast RR was a short-lived (1980-1984) shortline that operated former Milwaukee Road trackage on Washington's Olympic Penninsula, with a carfloat connection to the rest of the ... (more)
Sitting forlonely in the Seattle, Washington, docks is Seattle & North Coast Railroad F7A 101, which was seeing little use 1982. Built in October 1950 as Great Northern 274B, with the GN-NP-CB&Q-... (more)
Seattle & North Coast F7 101 sits at the dock in Seattle Washington in August 1985.
The Seattle and North Coast Railroad was a 50-mile long shortline born from remnants of the Milwaukee Road’s operation on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. The only connection to any other rail... (more)
This was a short-lived 1980's shortline.
This railroad was only around for a brief period in the early 1980's.
Seattle & North Coast near some sort of sawmill.
Seattle & North Coast in the Port of Seattle.
Seattle & North Coast SW9 56 (ex-MILW 648) with a work train at Port Angeles, WA on September 14, 1982.
S&NC was a short lived road that took over Milwaukee Road operations on the Olympic Peninsula, reached via car float. The F units were ex-BN.