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Concrete, Washington Main Street Architecture
 
Concrete Historic Byway Marker (<i>tall view; Bear Sculpture in background</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 28, 2015
Concrete Historic Byway Marker (tall view; Bear Sculpture in background)
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1Washington (Skagit County), Concrete — Concrete Historic Byway
The large number of buildings constructed from fireproof Portland cement distinguishes Concrete's downtown. It was reconstructed after two disastrous fires in 1915 and 1921 destroyed or damaged many of the original wooden buildings. As you look . . . Map (db m116620) HM
2Washington (Skagit County), Concrete — Concrete Historic Byway
The large number of buildings constructed from fireproof Portland cement distinguishes Concrete's downtown. It was reconstructed after two disastrous fires in 1915 and 1921 destroyed or damaged many of the original wooden buildings. As you look . . . Map (db m116620) HM
3Washington (Skagit County), Concrete — Concrete Bank Building
. . . Map (db m116600) HM
4Washington (Skagit County), Concrete — Safety Follows Wisdom
. . . Map (db m116807) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Nov. 29, 2022