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Passenger train with banners that read “Washington State College” draped on the side of some cars gets ready to depart Waterville on Sept. 19, 1910. Photo courtesy of the Douglas County Museum in Waterville. Date of 1914 on photo is incorrect.
Caption reads: “Waterville Special picking up Sunday School Picnicers”. Photo Lockwood. The train stops to pick up people in Douglas, Wash. to head into Waterville which is only 4 miles away. Date unknown. Photo courtesy of the Douglas County Museum in Waterville.
Cozette Alice "Cozy" Ogle Brady (1905-1993) pictured in front of the Depot at Douglas on March 2, 1985. She and many others were participating in the ceremony commemorating the last train to run the Mansfield Branch Line. Her husband John "Jack" Brady was a long time agent on the line until he retired in 1959. He died 10 years later in 1969. Photo from the Douglas County Museum in Waterville.