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HURON LUMBER COMPANY
Bothell, Washington
NORTHWEST LOGGING HISTORY
In the year 1888, a four mile long logging railroad was built from the Bothell Depot that run across the Sammamish River, directly to where SR-527 ended at SR-522.

The rails swung northeast, running along Hans Anderson Road (now Ross Road) and continued up that road, being now NE 112th, into Snohomish County along what is now Fitzgerld Road paralleling North Creek.
That four miles ends at what is now Canyon Park.

The railroad was created by the Huron Lumber Company who
 I assume logged out the Canyon Park area.

I will call it the HLC-RR. This data came from Bothell History.

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