Hauser Way, thence to the Fab Building on Lake Washington. This is the same facility that I was fortunate to witness the first flight of a Boeing 707, from the cab of a salvage barge anchored at the end of the runway!
(Added Aug 4th.) Three fuselages that went down the embankment, plus three damaged when the transporter jumped tracks, were scrapped in situ.
A fuselage was pulled apart with a backhoe and then crushed into bales. Each fuselage was reduced to about 15 bales of compressed metal, mostly aluminum. The bales were trucked to a shredding facility in Idaho.
That should allay fears that future 737 flights did not take a dip in the Clark Fork!
This derailment occurred approximately 20 miles from the scene of another derailment last September (2013.)