Nov 7, 2011 - A pew from 1900-built Herald of Hope held in the American Baptist Historical Society Collection provides valuable information that can be used in fabricating pews for 1898-built Chapel Car 5 Messenger of Peace in the Northwest Railway Museum Collection.
Feb 6, 2010 - Dr. Anne Radice, Director of the Institute for Museum and Library Services in Washington, DC, visits the Northwest Railway Museum and views Chapel Car 5 Messenger of Peace, which she and the IMLS staff selected for funding from the Save America's Treasures program they manage in collaboration with the National Park Service and other federal agencies.
Dec 5, 2013 - Many skilled professionals will agree: having the right tool for the task is worth at least half the effort. And so it applies to railroad cars and locomotives, but the tools are a little bigger than most people are accustomed to....
July 21, 2014 - The Day Out With Thomas Thrill of the Ride Tour was another successful event at the Northwest Railway Museum. Nearly 16,000 guests enjoyed a visit with Thomas the Tank Engine, and a multitude of activities.
Dec 26, 2012 - "A remarkable and little-known piece of history of the American West is being restored inside a locomotive shop at the Northwest Railway Museum in the small town of Snoqualmie" (The Seattle Times).
Mar 10, 2011 - "In 1917, one of the Baptists’ cars, Chapel Car 5, Messenger of Peace, rolled into North Bend, where it spent a week, while the minister held services. Nearly a century later, the all-wood car is being painstakingly restored to its 1917 condition by the Northwest Railway Museum." SnoValley Star
Apr 11, 2015 - The Northwest Railway Museum hosted (from left to right) Miguel Angel Velasquez G. (Consul General of Peru), Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (Washington 1st District), and Federico Pariona Galindo (President of the Commission of Andean, Amazonian and Afro-Peruvian Environment & Ecology) on a train excursion, with a visit to the Conservation and Restoration Center and Train Shed.
Dec 4, 2012 - "Crews from Imhoff Crane Service and Ballard Transfer Co. painstakingly settle a 1903 steam crane onto a flatbed trailer for transport from the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie to its new home, a bistro cafe [in Ballard] now under development by owner Jon Burgett." (Snoqualmie Valley Record)