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.008.001) Information from the "Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History, Volume II, The Mountain States, Colorado - Idaho - Montana - Wyoming" by Donald B. Robertson. Has information photocopied regarding the Seattle & Northern Railway Company which went from Anacortes to Rockport. S & N was incorporated August 9, 1888 and operated November 25, 1890 to February 1, 2002. This railway was sold to Seattle & Montana Railroad Company on February 1, 1902. The S & M Railroad was incorporated on March 29, 1898, operated March 31, 1898 to June 30, 1907 and was sold to Great Northern Railway Company on July 1, 1907. Engine 205 travelled through Anacortes. There is a page showing the specs of this engine. (7 pages)
.008.002) Information from the "Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History, Volume III, Oregon - Washington" by Donald B. Robertson. (5 pages).
.009.001) Photocopy of article from "The Scott Broadcast" dated November, 1957, regarding "Old 'Number 2' Finds a Home", "Locomotive Takes Its Place As A Memorial to Logging". Scott Paper Company gave the locomotive to the Chamber of Commerce in Sedro-Woolley. It formerly was operated as part of the Puget Sound and Baker River Railway, a wholly-owned facility belonging to Scott Paper. (1 page)
.009.002) Photograph copy from the above article (.009.001) which shows the men who fixed the engine #2s broiler when it collapsed.
They include: Lloyd Barrington, Haskell Fisher, Allen Thompson, Wayne Melvin, Ron Beirnes and Harold Taylor. Front row: Albert LeMay, Bruch Hutton, Ken Jobe and Scott Stone. Not present were Bill Jones and Pete Wright." (see Photo catalog for this scan). (1 page)
.010) Photocopy front page from "The Sky-Writer, The Official Publication of Skyline, In Anacortes on Burrow Bay, Spring 1969, volume 1. This is the first paper/publication/newsletter in that sub-division located on the West side of Fidalgo Island.
Transportation - Railroad
Transportation - Water
Place - Anacortes, WA