Possible SC&P/GN Milepost in Spokane, WA

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RS-1

Photographer
Another question for you Spokanites. I've found what appears to be a milepost sign along the former SC&P/GN line near Erie St. Yard. My only hesitation is that the number on the sign is "2", and the sign is much closer than two miles from inland junction. Thoughts?
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SDP45

Abandoned line seeker
Have you tried the Spokane experts at the Spokane RH list at Yahoogroups?
 

Kevin M

New Member
It is possible. Although not 2 miles from Inland Jct it is a mile or two away from there yard in Spokane where all the holtels and stuff are now.
Kevin
 




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