In the early 20th century, a unique rail line served a great purpose on the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington state. The Clamshell Railroad was a narrow gauge rail line that ran eventually from Nahcotta in the north to Megler in the south. It stopped for just about anything or anyone, and adjusted its arrival with the tides. It was a charming footnote in Pacific Northwest history.
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