Structure Type: built works - infrastructure - transportation structures - railroad stations

Designers: [unspecified]

Dates: constructed 1887

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Overview

This 1887 depot of the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway still existed in 2020, at 38625 SE King Street, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

Building History

This short-lived railroad linked Seattle, WA, with the popular tourist destination of Snoqualmie Falls. The depot at Snoqualmie operated between c. 1887-1904.

Building Notes

This Queen Anne Style railroad station had a long, low profile, topped by a gable roof. Deep eaves supported by decorative turned posts sheltered passengers waiting for trains. One end of the roof curved to provide coverage for travelers. The second floor of the track side facade had a brow dormer, a gabled dormer and an octagonal turret.

PCAD id: 14592