by Andrew Fickes -By ANDREW FICKES A trip on the train at Mt. Rainier Railroad takes you on a 14-mile journey starting in Elbe that meanders through thick forests and foothills, provides uncompromising views of the Paradise side of Mt. Rainier sitting at 14,416 feet, and gives you an experiential front-row seat Read more
by Andrew Fickes -By ANDREW FICKES What does it take to preserve logging history? Brian Wise, roadmaster at Mt. Rainier Railroad and Logging Museum, reevaluates that question every day as he singlehandedly led the early efforts to continue the legacy of the Camp 6 Logging Museum, which educated guests Read more
by Meilee Anderson -June 7, 2016 First Class Service in Elbe, Washington The new Mt. Rainier Railroad and Logging Museum now offers first class passenger car service! This is yet another improvement to the guest experience and part of the rebranding efforts taking place by new owners Al and Carol Harper and Read more
by Meilee Anderson -Visitors to the railroad this weekend have the option of booking standard class or new first class tickets. First class passenger cars (pictured above) feature reserved seat assignments, air conditioning and a dedicated car attendant to serve a complimentary small snack and soda. It's only a Read more
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