Sunday, April 17, 2011

Alpine Visit April 30

Alpine, WA April 17, 2011.

I will be writing about our Alpine expedition on April 30, today I have some pictures of the mill and town. If you are going to be there on the 30th, be sure and study Tim's website before you go.

Some pictures of Alpine in April/May of 2010 are on my website

If you happen to be at Alpine before the 30th, feel free to leave some comments on this blog. Thank you.



Great Northern Railway plan of Alpine in 1922.


The School


Looking west from above the mill. The town and lumber company were named Nippon when this photo was made.

The Great Northern depot. The school is in the background.


The depot.


Train crossing Bridge No. 405A.


Looking east from the depot.


You can see Carroll Creek in the center, beyond the water tank. There do not appear to be any houses on the east side of the creek in this photo, but in May 2010 we found evidence of a few buildings on the hill above the tracks.


Looking west toward the depot.


Alpine mill in 1925.


Alpine school students in 1925.


Woods crew in 1912.


Nippon Lumber Company mill 1912.


Nippon Lumber Company mill 1912.



Nippon Lumber Company employees 1912.


Alpine Lumber Company mill.


14th Annual Banquet.

4 comments:

  1. Very Alpine. I think that is the same as "cool"

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  2. kpaekilo1@yahoo.comApril 20, 2011 at 8:31 AM

    Alpine now lives on in a blog! Great job!

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  3. I wonder how tall the nettles are now

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