This 30' steel tower with 7x7' cab was built in 1941, and promptly abandoned in 1952. Since then, the accompanying ground cabin living quarters and the roof of the lookout have disappeared. The tower has found a new use as a support for several antennas. Recent evidence suggests this tower may have come from Moses Mtn. where an identical tower was removed in 1938.
Colville Indian Reservation
19 miles SE of Republic
Ferry County, Washington
Elevation 6381'

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Grizzly Mtn. in 2000
Photo courtesy of Rex Kamstra