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Depot Renovation, Astoria

Posted on October 7th, by raskin in Historic Preservation. Comments Off on Depot Renovation, Astoria

The historic Train Depot in Astoria has been renovated by its current owner, the Columbia River Maritime Museum. The original waiting rooms have become conference and exhibit space, while the baggage building will be used for wood boat building and as a workshop for the Historic Preservation Program at Clatsop Community College.

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