Northwest Railway Museum  Project
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Welcome

My passion is to participate in the restoration of vintage railway rolling stock by recovering and restoring as much of the original glass as possible to its original splendor.


Research and thoughtful consideration are given to the type, style and color of the glass when replacement panels must be created.

About Us

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Railway Stained Glass Projects

This company was started to provide glass restoration services to railway oriented groups, such as museums, renovation projects and historic trolley lines.


Please let me know how I can help with your glass window project.


I began working with stained glass as a hobby, building entryway doors and Tiffany-style hanging lamps in 1973.


In 2012 I became interested in a Northwest Railway Museum project to restore the 1912  SP & S passenger coach No. 218 shown on our home page.  My role was to restore the arched stained glass windows over the passenger windows and the clear story windows used for ventilation.


The next project was to restore the stained glass windows in the identical sister car No. 213, built a few months earlier.


My current Northwest Railway Museum project is participation in the restoration of  Interurban 523.  Built by St. Louis Car in 1907 as a combination coach/parlor/observation car.

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Let us know about your stained glass projects!

Railway Glass Restoration LLC

Larry@railwayglassrestoration.com

(425) 803-3230