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6. Marysville Tour: Shaffer House


6. Once the home of James and Donald Shaffer, this house was last occupied by Frank Nyaski. The building, which was donated to the Marysville Pioneer Association in 1969 by Yvette, Vinnie and Jim Shaffer, is presently being restored and used as a museum.

The depression in the ground just south of the Shaffer House was at one time the site of the Northern Pacific Railroad turntable, where the train engines were rotated for the return trip down the gulch. Marysville was served by the Northern Pacific from the late 1880's until the 1920's. Even though its depot was located below the present town site, the Great Northern Railroad also served Marysville during a portion of this period.


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