Tourist & Museum Railways in
Yakima Valley Transportation #1776 on its
inaugural run for Yakima Valley Trolleys in 2001,
at the Selah terminus with members of the Yakima
Historical Society in period dress.
- Chelatchie Prairie
Railroad Yacolt to Lucia, about 5 miles (8 km) on the tracks of
Portland Vancouver Junction. Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Operates
most weekends and a few other days from May to December
Live Steamers 7½ in (190 mm) gauge miniature railway over ¾ mile
(1.2 km) in South Kitsap Community Park, Port Orchard. Operates two
Saturdays each month from April to October
Whatcom Railway Wickersham to Park. Standard gauge, diesel hauled.
Operates Saturdays and Tuesdays, July to September, on certain other
days for special events and by private charter
- Northern Pacific Railway Museum at Toppenish
offers caboose rides in the depot area on a few days in October,
November and December. Standard gauge, diesel hauled.
Railway Museum Snoqualmie to North Bend. Standard gauge, diesel
hauled. Passengers may board at either terminus. Operates most weekends
from April to December, and on a few other days
Railroad project to establish a tourist service on all or part of
the 10 mile (16 km) former logging railroad from Shelton
- Vance Creek
Railriders railbikes (pedal powered trolleys) on a 6½ mile
(10 km) stretch of the Simpson Railroad near Shelton. Operates Thursdays
to Mondays, mid May to early October.
- Yakima Valley Trolleys historic trams (trolleys)
from the Museum in Yakima to Selah, about 5 miles (8 km). A shorter
route, to Pine Street, is used on some occasions. Operates weekends
and holidays late May to September, on certain other days for special
events and by private charter.