Sunday, November 30, 2008
The season is upon us and once again, the volunteers of the Northwest Railway Museum, under the direction of Sue S. and Joyce C., have transformed the Snoqualmie Depot. Old fashioned garland and white lights hang from the eaves of the 1890 building. In the waiting room, a 12’ tree is decorated all in white: poinsettias, ribbons and lights. The mantel is hung with stockings and the windows twinkle with the lights of a miniature holiday village. The freight room is decked with garland and large ornaments. Even the locomotives on the Snoqualmie Valley Railway have a wreath on the front. The Snoqualmie Depot is open Monday - Friday, 10 AM to 5 PM, through Christmas Eve. Come see the decorations and experience the Museum at holiday time. While you're in Snoqualmie, you might want to see the holiday decorations of local merchants too!