A railway driven through Washington state in 1873
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|Caption||True Tales of the American West: The Railroad that was Eaten! A railway driven through Washington state ran into problems during the winter of 1873/74 when hungry wolves ate the rawhide bindings that secured the tracks. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 484 (24 April 1971).|
|Creator||CL Doughty, British (1913–85)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|America Wild West cowboys railroads railways Dr Dorsey Baker Walla Walla Washington nails spikes sleepers rawhide wolves winter snow railway driven state CL Doughty|
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