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Joel Hawthorn 134 pages hardcover

This volume is a pictorial perspective of the Simpson Railroad, which during its last years ran along a ten mile mainline on the Olympic Peninsula out of Shelton, Washington. 1950's era diesel switchers, bumpy rails, lumber and log hauling through remote areas made this a one-of-a-kind operation, the last of its kind in the country. The book focuses mostly on the five years which followed the reopening of the line in 2010 after a one year closure and ends with the final days of operation before it disappeared into history July 1, 2015. Sierra1

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