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Wellington (later known as Tye) was a small unincorporated railroad community in the northwest United States, on the Great Northern Railway in northeastern King County, Washington. Founded in 1893, it was located in the Cascade Range at the west portal of the original Cascade Tunnel under Stevens Pass. It was the site of the 1910 Wellington avalanche, the worst in U.S. history, in which 96 people died.

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  • Wellington (Washington)
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  • Wellington, Washington
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  • Wellington (més tard coneguda com a Tye) és una ciutat fantasma. Wellington va ser una petita comunitat no incorporada (unincorporated community) i una comunitat ferroviària del al nord-est del Comtat de King, Estat de Washington. Va ser fundada el 1893, i estava situada al portal oest del original sota el . Hi va passar la desgràcia d'una gran allau el dia 1 de març de 1910 on 96 persones moriren. Aquest ha estat el pitjor allau, en termes de pèrdues de vides humanes, de la història dels Estats Units. Després de la gran desgràcia, aquesta ciutat va canviar el seu nom a Tye, pel proper riu . Tye va ser abandonat l'any 1929 quan va entrar en funcionament el segon .
  • Wellington (später Tye genannt) war ein kleines gemeindefreies Gebiet und eine Werkssiedlung der Great Northern Railway im nordöstlichen King County (Washington) im Pazifischen Nordwesten der USA. Gegründet 1893 lag Wellington in der Kaskadenkette am Westportal des ursprünglichen Cascade Tunnel unterhalb des Stevens Pass.
  • Wellington (later known as Tye) was a small unincorporated railroad community in the northwest United States, on the Great Northern Railway in northeastern King County, Washington. Founded in 1893, it was located in the Cascade Range at the west portal of the original Cascade Tunnel under Stevens Pass. It was the site of the 1910 Wellington avalanche, the worst in U.S. history, in which 96 people died.
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  • Wellington, Washington
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  • Wellington, Washington
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  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:FilePath/Train_wreckage_from_Wellington_WA_avalanche_cph.3b13980.jpg
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