The Pacific Northwest on the SubwayNut
Vancouver, BC·Seattle, WA·Tacoma, WA·Portland, OR

The Pacific Northwest in the States of Oregon and Washington, are home to 10.7 million poeople and along with Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada just north contain some unique and modern forms of transportation, all opening only beginning in 1985. The region doesn't contain any subway lines and only 17 underground stations in total. The region has the world's largest fully automated rapid transit system, 2 light rail systems, 3 modern streetcar lines, 2 conventional and 1 DMU commuter rail lines, plus a bus tunnel through one downtown. The oldset mass transit line in the region a monorail that has been proposed but never expanded beyond its inital two stops for the 1962 World's fair. A unique intercity rail corridor running European Talgo trains, called Amtrak Cascades unites the entire region together.

The Subway Nut Presents,
The Map of the Pacific Northwest:
dotVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Pacific Central Station
From Main Street-Science World take:
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dotBellingham, Washington, USA
dotMount Vernon
dotStanwood
Empire Builder #7 & #8
Empire Builder
Leavenworth|Wenatchee|Ephrata|Spokane to Chicago, IL
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dotdot dotEverett
dotMukilteo
dotdotdotEdmonds
dotdotdotSeattle-King Street Station
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South Lake Union Streetcar
South Lake Union Streetcar
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dotdotTukwila
dotKent
dotAuburn
dotSumner
dotPuyallup
dotdotTacoma-Amtrak
dotTacoma Dome Station
dotdotOlympia/Lacey
dotdotCentralia
dotdotKelso/Longview
Empire Builder #27 & #28
Empire Builder
Bingen-White Salmon|Wishram|Pasco|Spokane
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dotdotdotVancouver, Washington
dotdotdotPortland, Oregon
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dotOregon City, OR
dotdotSalem
dotdotAlbany
dotdotEugene, OR
dotChemult
dotKlamath Falls, Oregon
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Last Updated: 12 January, 2012
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