Gallery

An online image gallery of past, present and future Malden.
Malden, Washington, circa 1915
Main Street view of Malden, Washington, once one of the largest and fastet growing communities in the Palouse region. It was the headquarters for the Columbia Division of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. Malden was relatively unsettled before 1909. That was the year the railroad build a depot and roundhouse. The town continued to grow until the 1920’s when the railroad moved it operations out of Malden. Note: some information from spokanehistorical.org.
Courtesy of Whitman County Heritage
Hole-in-the-ground near Malden, WA circa 1930
Man stands on cliff in the area between Bonnie Lake and Rock Lake near Malden, Washington, known as Hole in the Ground. This area is located approximately 200 yards downstream from the bridge over the creek between Bonnie and Rock Lakes (see comment by madoosik on 2012-09-19).
Courtesy of Whitman County Heritage
Steam shovel of the C.M. and P.S. Railroad at Malden, Washington, circa 1910
The steam shovel at work on the Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget Sound railroad track in Malden, Washington. The railroad was also called the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway.
Courtesy of Whitman County Heritage
Turtles in the Sun

Placeholder for more Malden pictures.

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