Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Northern Pacific- "Mainstreet of the Northwest"

A Northern Pacific GP7 leads a lumber train at Missoula, Montana.  Northern Pacific, built to capitalize on the region's rich timber, mineral deposits and potential in agriculture, helped develop much of the Northwest.  Its direct route between the Twin Cities and Seattle earned the railroad the nickname "Mainstreet of the Northwest."

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