United States Inland NW Rail Museum

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Steve West

About this spot
In 1967, a group of railroad enthusiasts formed a local chapter of the National Railway Historical Society and named it the Inland Empire Railway Historical Society. The organization aims to preserve the history of railroading in the Inland Northwest for future generations. Years of hard work have created the museum we are proud to share today.

The Society’s first major project began in 1970 with the cleaning and painting of retired Union Pacific locomotive 3206 in Spokane’s Highbridge Park. That same locomotive was the first piece of equipment that was moved to the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds in 1978.

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https://inlandnwrailmuseum.com/visit/