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Shelton Public Library and Town Hall Marker (<i>wide view; marker on pedestal at left</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 24, 2015
Shelton Public Library and Town Hall Marker (wide view; marker on pedestal at left)
Washington (Mason County), Shelton — Shelton Public Library and Town Hall427 West Railroad Avenue
The building was constructed in 1914 and is an L-shaped Georgian Revival style building. The building embodies distinctive architectural characteristics of a design by Fredrick Heath who became one of Washington States most prominent architects . . . — Map (db m116828) HM
Washington (Mason County), Shelton — Simpson Logging CompanyLocomotive #7 and Peninsular Railway Caboose #700 — 230 West Railroad Avenue
The Shay-type locomotive is a large steel vehicle whose most prominent features include an engineer’s cap, oil fuel bunker, large boiler and exposed engineer. This locomotive was built in 1924 and is 41 feet 2 inches long, 16 feet 2 inches high . . . — Map (db m116839) HM
Washington (Mason County), Shelton — Site of David Shelton First Cabin 1854
Dedicated Bicentennial Year 1976 by the Fred B. Wivell Post No.31 American Legion — Map (db m116836) HM

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