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Primary participants: Rhoda Lawrence and Matt Hamel. BOLA, for the past four years was in the lead in the renovation and rehabilitation of the interior and exterior of the depot resulting in the beautiful structure that is the South Cle Elum Depot
Kittitas County in central Washington state has a rich history jam-packed with mining, railroad, timber, agriculture, education, outdoor recreation, and many more intriguing topics. With so much to offer, a wide variety of museums and historical sites have emerged to pay tribute to those topics. The Cascade Association of Museums and History (CAMAH) brings together those diverse organizations to welcome visitors to plan for multiple site tours.
Iron Horse State Park/John Wayne Pioneer Trail is a non-motorized trail that begins at Cedar Falls in the Cascade Mountains and extends 109 miles east to the Columbia River near Vantage. The trail includes high train trestles with spectacular views of the valley below, cool dark train tunnels, mountainous terrain, sagebrush desert, arid scrublands and charming countryside farmlands of the Columbia Basin. For more information please visit http://www.parks.wa.gov.
Dates of donations: 7/01-7/04
801 Milwaukee Road
PO Box 462 (mailing)
South Cle Elum
The Depot Cafe is located directly at the railroad crossing of appetite and nostalgia. Nestled inside the Milwaukee Road depot in South Cle Elum, the railroad atmosphere is genuine. Hailing back to the days when “The Beanery” was THE place for hungry engineers, conductors, and every sort of Milwaukee Road worker to satisfy a well earned appetite, the tradition lives on at the Depot Cafe.
Located in Cle Elum, Washington, founded in 1966, NKCHS is dedicated to increasing awareness of local history and its future impact on their community. Their properties include the Carpenter House Museum and Gallery, and the Telephone Museum, both in Cle Elum. They also partner with restoration efforts such as this Milwaukee Road Depot project in South Cle Elum and with owners of other historic buildings in the area. They invite people to join them in celebrating the rich history of Northern Kittitas County. Their mission is to further the preservation and dissemination of Northern Kittitas County history by such means deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors, including cooperation with other societies and organizations with like interests and goals.