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Snoqualmie Depot by Dale Lockwood

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Picture taken with my Canon Rebel 450D. This is the Snoqualmie Depot in Snoqualmie, Washington. The depot was constructed in 1890 by the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway. The depot was later operated by the Seattle and International Railroad, Northern Pacific Railway, and the Burlington Northern Railroad.

The depot is an elaborate structure given the size of Snoqualmie in the 1890s and survived largely intact until the Burlington Northern Railroad abandoned the line and station in 1975.

The Northwest Railway Museum restored the Depot to its 1891 granduer in 1981. Restorations included the reconstruction of the distinctive turret above the ticket office and the re-addition of the two eyebrow dormers that were removed in 1948.

On a personal note I grew up just a couple of blocks from this old station and remember well when it was a functioning depot. Today it is a reminder of a bygone era, when in Snoqualmie, as the Northwest, timber was king!

Canon Rebel 450D Xsi
18 mm – 55 mm lens
Focal Length 18 mm
ISO 200
F-Stop F-11
Base Exposure Time 1/32 sec
4images w/ 2 stop exposures fused in Photomatix

Born and raised in the logging town of Snoqualmie, Washington (the logging days in Snoqualmie are mostly in the past now). I currently reside in Issaquah, Washington. My Canon Rebel 450D was a Christmas gift that has kept on giving me hours and hours of pleasure. I recently aquired a Canon 5D Mark II and I am now learning to use this awesome instument. I hope you enjoy these pictures half as much as I enjoyed capturing them!

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  • tunna
    tunnaalmost 3 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful image Dale.fantastic old station with real character.Well done my friend.

  • Wow thanks Tunna, I appreciate this, as you are the guy who captures all the awesome historical building shots!

    BTW thanks for the Fave!

    – Dale Lockwood

  • Sheryl Gerhard
    Sheryl Gerhardalmost 3 years ago

    What a gorgeous depot! Its like taking a step back into another time. Well done Dale!!

  • Thanks Sheryl. Yep, it is offical, I grew up in another time…….. :-) Thanks for the compliment and fave!

    – Dale Lockwood

  • canonman99
    canonman99almost 3 years ago


  • Thanks for the kind coment and the fave Dennis!

    – Dale Lockwood

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsalmost 3 years ago

    What an exquisite station, restored perfectly! A beautifully composed image that surely does this station justice!

  • Thank Pamela! This little part of town has lots of memories for this old guy. My Grandparents owned the pub across the street called Smokey Joes. Named for a fire there in 1959. I will get back there and get pics of it and the the Odd Fellows Hall (the town was full of them). BTW thank for the fave!

    – Dale Lockwood

  • aussiedi
    aussiedialmost 3 years ago

    great capture of this charming old station..took a short train ride

  • Yay!!! Thank soo much Di!!! I am honored and exctied about being featured in America the Beautiful Group! Thank you so very much! You took a ride? You were just a couple of blocks from where I grew up :-)

    – Dale Lockwood

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...almost 3 years ago


  • Thanks Charmiene! Your too kind :-) BTW thanks for the fave.

    – Dale Lockwood

  • Chappy
    Chappyalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your well deserved feature..great capture

  • Thank you Chappy for taking time to stop by and visit. I really appreciate the kind comments and the fave!!!

    – Dale Lockwood

  • elisab
    elisabalmost 3 years ago

  • Happy Day! Thanks Elisa so very much for the honor of a feature in the Canon DSLR group. I am glad you enjoyed the photo!

    – Dale Lockwood

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