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Snoqualmie Depot

Step Into History

The Historic Snoqualmie Depot features the Depot Bookstore, exhibits on the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway and on the impact of the arrival of the railway to the Snoqualmie Valley.

38625 SE King St, Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Historic Snoqualmie Depot

The Historic Snoqualmie Depot, part of the National Register of Historic Places and a City of Snoqualmie and King County Landmark, is the longest continuously operating train depot in the state of Washington. Museum visitors can view railroad history exhibits in the former gentlemen’s waiting room and freight room. The former ladies’ waiting room now houses The Depot Bookstore, a railroad history-themed book and gift shop. Public restrooms maintained by the City of Snoqualmie are available on the raised platform end of the Depot.

The Depot is free to visit and open 7 days a week (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day, with limited access during Day Out With Thomas™ and Santa Train events).

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