Exploring old grades in Washington State

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I've been doing some exploration of some old railroad grades in the Seattle area. Here's the videos I took, showing what remains can still be found today. Enjoy!:)
 
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mrmoose

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Cool! Nice work!:cool: I've driven by there a few times, on the way to Stevens Pass, and have always wanted to check this old line out.
 




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