Port Townsend

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Seattle And North Coast Railroad
... railroad that operated on the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State from Port Angeles to Port Townsend ... rail equipment was brought in via barges that traveled between Port Townsend and Seattle ... Paul and Pacific Railroad, Port Townsend and Western, and the Port Angeles and Western) controlling the lines which ran from west of Sekiu, Washington ...
Clallam (steamboat) - Sinking - Search Efforts Mounted
... All the Canadian seagoing tugs were absent from port, and the little harbor tugs refused to go out into the gale ... Unable to find Clallam, Iroquois returned to port at midnight, or 1100 p.m ... a storm in the Gulf Islands on April 10, 1911, with 14 people drowned.) Over in Port Townsend, the dispatcher of the Puget Sound Tug Boat Company sent ...
Port Townsend, Washington - Sister City
... Port Townsend is twinned with Ichikawa, Hyōgo, Japan ... According to the Washington State Lieutenant Governor's website, Port Townsend also has a sister city relationship with Jalapa, Nicaragua, though the city's website does not reflect this ...
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Port Townsend, Washington)
... Paul's Episcopal Church is a Gothic Revival church in Port Townsend, Washington ... It is included in Port Townsend Historic District which was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977 ...
Richard O'Donnell (playwright) - Biography - Black Pearl Cabaret
... at the Undertown, located in the heart of the Victorian Seaport of Port Townsend, Washington ... on December 20-23, 2012 at the Undertown in Port Townsend, WA ... It was presented on February 14, 15, 16, 2013 at the Pope Marine Building on the pier in Port Townsend, WA ...

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