R.I.P. 1942-1955; 1954-1962
First used in 1942 with an 83' wooden tower with 7x7' cab and accompanying AWS "smokehouse" living quarters, a 40' wooden live-in was built in 1954. It was destroyed by the 1962 Columbus Day hurricane, replaced by an identical tower the same year, only to be destroyed by the state in 1968.
Washington State Division of Forestry/DNR
14 miles SE of Raymond
Pacific County, Washington
Elevation 2419'
USGS Benchmark SC1597

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Squally Jim in 1954 Squally Jim in 1955
Photos courtesy the Fire Lookout Museum