Depots, Freight Houses,
Interlocking Towers, Train Order Offices

Depots By Station Name:

Auburn, Washington:

D01

Beverly, Doty, Dryad, Kittitas, Washington and Lombard, Montana:

D02

Bozeman, Montana (Passenger Station):

D03

Cedar Falls, Washington:

D04

Cle Elum, Washington:

D05

Duvall, Washington:

D06

Enumclaw, Washington:

D07

Fernwood, Idaho:

D08

Joyce, Washington:

D09

Kapowsin, Washington:

D10

Kent, Washington:

D11

Lind and Tekoa, Washington:

D12

Marengo, Washington (Joint facility with Union Pacific Railroad)

Marmarth, North Dakota:

D13

Miles City, Montana (Passenger Station):

D14

Monroe, Washington:

D15

Morton, Washington:

D16

North Bend, Washington:

D17

Rainier and Sumner, Washington:

D18

St. Maries, Idaho:

D19

Snohomish, Washington:

D20

Snoqualmie, Washington:

D21

Stillwater, Washington (Freight House):

D22

Sutico, Washington:

D23

Tacoma, Washington (Tide Flats Passenger Station):

D24a
D24b
D24c

Tolt, Washington (Re-named Carnation):


D25

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Depots, Standard Plans:

Passenger Shelter

Passenger shelter examples were known used at:

Carson, Merritt, Pedee and Saxby, Idaho;
Edgewick, Keechelus, Novelty and Snoqualmie, Washington:


D26

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Class A of 1906 (Drawing #A-8490)

(Class A examples existed with variants such as length,
interior arrangement, windows in operators bay, etc.)

They were known used at: Elk River and Fernwood, Idaho;
Fitchmoor, Penrose (Re-named Welland), Roxbury and Scarboro, Illinois;
Ardon, Cranston, Farson, Gladwin, Haskins, Osterdock, Richland, Rubio and Titus, Iowa;
Elko, Lonsdale and Ruskin, Minnesota;

Baker, Bearmouth, Drummond, Garrison, Gold Creek, Superior
and Ubet (moved, renamed Judith Gap), Montana;
Haynes, Reeder and Scranton, North Dakota;
Corsica, Dante, Garden City, Glenham, Java, Mobridge, Oldham,
Ravinia, Stickney, Wakpala and Wentworth, South Dakota;
Ewan, Hanford, Marcellus and Moses Lake (nee: Neppel),
North Puyallup, Ralston, Rosalia, Warden and White Bluffs, Washington:

D27

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Class B of 1891 (Drawing #2534)

Used at places such as:

Thomson, Illinois and Rathbun, Iowa;
Mapleton and St. Louis Park, Minnesota:

D28

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Class D of 1909:

D29

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Class D of 1913

D30

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Classes E and F

Class "E" examples were known used at:

Falcon, Idaho;
Boylston, Garcia, Rockdale, Ruff and Rye, Washington:

Class "F" examples were known used at:

Sorrento, Idaho;
Clinton, Montana;
Havelock, North Dakota;
Corfu, Easton, Manito, Revere and Thorp, Washington:


D31

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