Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway

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The Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway was a jointly-owned (by the Great Northern Railway and Northern Pacific Railway) freight and passenger railroad in the northwest U.S., and is now part of BNSF. Lines formerly operated by it or a subsidiary should be tagged old_railway_operator=SP&S in addition to railway=rail (if still in use) or railway=abandoned.

See Wikipedia:WikiProject Trains/ICC valuations/Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway for a chronology (which may have some errors) of lines constructed by the SP&S and predecessors, compiled by the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1915-18.

Below is a list (roughly complete) of ex-SP&S lines, with mapping status.

Segment From To Status Notes
47 Portland SP&S Junction (Kennewick)
Marshall NP connection
Pasco Fort Wright
439 Lyle Goldendale
440 Willbridge (Portland) Goble leased from NP
440 Goble Holladay
441 Warrenton Fort Stevens
442 United Junction (Portland) Bowers Junction
442 Bowers Junction Forest Grove Junction (Orenco)
442 Forest Grove Junction Beburg
Beburg Garden Home
Portland Greton
442 Greton Eugene
443 Bowers Junction Keasey
458 Forest Grove Junction Forest Grove
West Woodburn Woodburn
457 Lebanon Foster
Gray Corvallis
53 Wishram Bend
Medford Butte Falls