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Milwaukee Road trains on the Green River Bridge at West Siding

Milwaukee Road local on the Green River Bridge at West Siding

At the north end of West Siding, the former Milwaukee Road trackage crossed over the Green River. In September 1968 the Milwaukee Road bought 120 acres near Kent, WA south of the Green River. In 1969 it built an auto unloading facility here to handle 75,000 car and trucks per year. On March 14, 1973 Milwaukee Road engine 285 backs across the Green River Bridge and will enter the siding. On the mainline you can see the caboose for the Union Pacific local.

UP engine 107 on the Green River Bridge at West Siding

UP engine 107 has finished its work at West Siding and is heading back to Argo Yard.

Milwaukee Road train on the Green River Bridge at West Siding

About an hour later engine 3035 with two other SD40s pull a westbound train across the Green River Bridge. After setting out the auto racks at the south end of West Siding, the train will head to Tacoma. Disk 8