Cities swap land to allow train building

The Northwest Railway Museum's Railway History Center moved foward last week with the signing of a complex property exchange that gives the museum a new four-acre campus.

The agreement secures a corner of Meadowbrook Farm for the museum's new Railway History Center. In return, the museum has gifted its interest in a commercial property adjacent to the Mount Si Quarry to Meadowbrook Farm. The property is contiguous with the farm, which is co-owned by the cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie.

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