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In 1886 the Northern Pacific Railway established Easton as a railroad station near the east end of the Stampede-Cascade tunnel.

The city served as a junction point for both the Northern Pacific (now the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad) and the former Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroads. The town was virtually destroyed by fire, so most of the buildings were rebuilt in 1934.