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Fri Mar 21 17:04:50 2014 UTClccn-n800815540.00Corporate records,0.481.00Findings of facts by the Railroad Commission of Washington relative to the valuation of the Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad : in the State of Washington125488292n 80081554462828containsVIAFID/268279398Burlington Northern Inc.containsVIAFID/137410640Columbia & Puget Sound Railroadlccn-n80081553Great Northern Railway Company (U.S.)lccn-n80081555Northern Pacific Railway Companylccn-n82031465Perry, Otto1894-1970phtlccn-n85000144Pacific Coast Coal Companylccn-n80126245United StatesInterstate Commerce Commissionlccn-n80081548Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Companylccn-n81114501Railroad Commission of Washingtonlccn-n88218690Nowell, Frank H.1864-1950lccn-n80081557Burlington Northern Incnp-calderhead, owen oliver$1866Calderhead, Owen Oliver1866-Pacific Coast Railroad CompanyArchivesHistorySchedulesPacific Coast Railroad CompanyRailroadsWashington (State)Narrow gauge railroadsGreat Northern Railway Company (U.S.)Railroads--MergersPacific Coast Coal CompanyWashington (State)--SeattleRailroads--ValuationNorthern Pacific Railway CompanyChicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad CompanyBurlington Northern IncUnited States, WestRailroads--EmployeesWashington (State)--Black DiamondCaliforniaAlaskaAlaska--NomeAlaska--SkagwayRailroads--ManagementUnited States--Pacific StatesRailroad lawRailroads--Branch linesUniversity of WashingtonOld age pensions--ValuationArchitectsLawyersPacific Coast Steamship CompanyPacific Coast CompanyTerminals (Transportation)Spokane, Portland, and Seattle RailwayColumbia & Puget Sound RailroadUnited States--Northwestern StatesUniversity of MinnesotaIndustrial buildingsPacific NorthwestPiersWashington (State)--RentonOregonCoal tradeCivil engineersWashington (State)--Coal Creek (King County)ShippingWharvesRailroad switchesUnited StatesOregon--PortlandCalifornia--Los OlivosCoal mines and miningMidland Railway Company19001902190919151924192619381941195819621970198430282811ocn170965253mix1.00Railroad employee timetable collectionSchedulesThe collection is comprised of timetables from northwestern U.S. and Canadian railroads, including timetables from subsidiary and predecessor companies. Includes primarily timetables for railroads in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, and British Columbia and secondarily, material from the Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railways in several other states and provinces. Includes timetables for the Great Northern Railway; Northern Pacific Railway; Burlington Northern Railroad; Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad; Union Pacific; Spokane Portland & Seattle Railway; Southern Pacific Company; various Canadian railroads operating in British Columbia; and other miscellaneous shortlines. Dating from 1862 to 2000, the collection contains timetables from the earliest days of the railroad in the Northwest, and is believed to be the largest collection of Northwest employee timetables in existence11ocn040170872mix1.00Pacific Coast CompanyPacific Coast Company recordsHistoryArchivesCorrespondence, interoffice correspondence, journals, legal documents, blueprints, letterpress copybooks, microfilmed copies of letterpress copybooks, ledgers and other financial papers, and memoranda, 1883-1927. The collection contains materials concerning the PCC's coal operations, steamship company, and railroad subsidiaries. Names represented include William Milo Barnum, chairman of the Board of Directors11ocn019090652book19241.00Washington (State)Physical operating and traffic study of Seattle Terminal11ocn313845142mixPacific Coast Railroad CompanyCorporate recordsMinutes (1951-1970), Law Department subject files (1893-1970) and legal document files (1871-1951), annual regulatory reports (1894-1944), accounting records (1880-1970), payroll records (1918-1957), ICC valuation reports (1916-1920), and historical sketches (1905, 1926, 1955) documenting a Great Northern subsidiary in northwestern Washington state31ocn036922245book19091.00Railroad Commission of WashingtonFindings of facts by the Railroad Commission of Washington relative to the valuation of the Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad : in the State of WashingtonHistory11ocn163119407book19260.47[Tentative valuation of the property of the Pacific Coast Railroad Company as of June 30, 1916]11ocn033823409visu19380.10Perry, OttoPacific Coast narrow gauge train, engine number 106, engine type 2-8-0Northbound freight train; 8 cars. Photographed: leaving Santa Maria, Cal., July 23, 193811ocn166506673art19410.10Tjossem, R. Paul : Assistant General Attorney, Great Northern Railway; Secretary and Director, Pacific Coast Railroad company11ocn141217762art19410.10Hayes, John William : Architect, Great Northern Ry. Co.; Glacier Park Co; Midland Ry of Manitoba; and Pacific Coast Ry11ocn053063358book19620.47United StatesStenographers' minutes before the Interstate Commerce Commission : finance docket nos. 21478, 21479, 21480 : Great Northern Pacific & Burlington Lines -- Merger, etc. -- Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company, Great Northern Railway Company, Northern Pacific Railway Company, Pacific Coast R.R. Co., and Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway Company, et al11ocn076832476book0.47United StatesI.C.C. finance docket nos. 21478, 21479 and 21480, exhibit nos. 15-17HistoryRelates to the merger of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company, the Great Northern Railway Company, the Pacific Coast Railroad Company, and the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, under the name Burlington Northern Inc., in 197011ocn033823412visu19380.10Perry, OttoPacific Coast narrow gauge train, engine number 120, engine type PLYMOUTHWork train; 4 cars. Photographed: near Santa Maria, Cal., July 23, 193811ocn033823407visu19380.10Perry, OttoPacific Coast narrow gauge train, engine number 106, engine type 2-8-0Northbound freight train; 5 cars, 25 MPH. Photographed: near Santa Maria, Cal., July 23, 193811ocn033823404visu19380.10Perry, OttoPacific Coast narrow gauge locomotive, engine number 120, engine type PLYMOUTHPhotographed: Santa Maria, Cal., July 23, 193811ocn079037804book19621.00I.C.C. finance docket nos. 21478,21479 and 21480. : statement of11ocn039067075visu19020.10Webster & Stevens[First railroad depot in Seattle]PhotographsSeattle's first railway station stood near where King Street Station stands today. At that time, much of the land in that part of the city was still underwater at high tide, and the tracks of the Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad ran over the tidelands on wooden trestles. This photo, taken about 1880, shows the depot and railroad tracks11ocn040601291visu19000.10Nowell, Frank H[Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad depot : Renton]PhotographsThe Seattle & Walla Walla Railroad was extended as far as Renton in 1877 and started carrying coal to Seattle. The railroad built the depot building two years later. The Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad and, later, the Pacific Coast Coal Company took over the railroad line, including the Renton station. This photo shows the depot around 1900. The building was torn down in 195311ocn077703736book19841.00Last train out of Los Olivos : January 10, 1934HistoryBibliography11ocn040601315visu19150.10Nowell, Frank H[Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad depot : Black Diamond]PhotographsSometime around 1886, the Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad built a depot at Black Diamond, Washington. The Pacific Coast Coal Company later took over the railroad line and enlarged the depot. Since 1972, the building has been restored and houses the Black Diamond Historical Museum. This photo shows the depot in about 191511ocn031302925book19701.00United StatesBurlington, Great Northern, Northern Pacific merger : I.C.C. finance docket 21478-21480, exhibits 15-17HistoryRelates to the merger of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company, the Great Northern Railway Company, the Pacific Coast Railroad Company, and the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, under the name Burlington Northern Inc., in 197011ocn166488492art19410.10Taylor, James Donald : Assistant to General Manager, Great Northern Railway company and General manager, Pacific Coast Railroad company11ocn166429050visu1.00Pacific Coast CompanyPacific Coast Company photograph albumPhotographsAlbum containing 170 photographs on linen backing with typed captions on verso, showing Pacific Coast Company mining, steamship, and rail operations in Washington, California, Oregon, and Alaska. Includes images of piers, coal bunkers, coal and passenger rail depots, warehouses, and other buildings on and near company property11ocn033823400visu19380.10Perry, OttoPacific Coast narrow gauge locomotive, engine number 107, engine type 2-8-0Three-quarter view of right side of engine, from front end, stored, partly dismantled. Photographed: San Louis Obispo, Cal., July 23, 193811ocn040601530visu0.10Nowell, Frank H[Pacific Coast Coal Company building in Seattle]PhotographsThe Pacific Coast Coal Company had offices at 563 Railroad Avenue (now Alaskan Way) at the Seattle waterfront. The building housed the company's sales department as well as the dispatcher for the Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad which carried the company's coal to the docks from the mines. This photo of the building was probably taken sometime between 1910 and 1916Fri Mar 21 15:49:37 EDT 2014batch15755