Join us as we explore The Simpson Timber Company Railroad using rare insider-footage from 1994.|
It was very sad to learn that Simpson finally ceased railroad operations in June of 2015. Sure, with a 130 year history, the RR was only a shadow of its former self. Still, I always thought they'd keep it going. Maybe it was because of my last name (Simpson), but for some reason in the Spring of 1994, Simpson's upper management finally approved my going behind the scenes and documenting everything about their railroad ...and their mills ...and their logging sites ...and the interchange with the "Burlington Northern" ...the whole works.
It was June of 1994, when I arrived for a full week of shooting. Simpson Timber graciously allowed me access throughout their private land holdings. (I was younger at that time, and didn't realize what a rare opportunity this was. Most railfans were quickly escorted off. I was too busy having the time of my younger life to fully apprecia
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