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View of Broughton lumber from Oregon

View of Broughton lumber from Oregon
West end of the site from the Columbia River
East end of the site from the Columbia river
Looking eastward across the Broughton Mill site
SR-14 bisecting the Broughton Mill
The Broughton Mill site as seen from above
The Broughton Mill with the entrance to the Hatchery State Park in the background
Broughton Mill buildings viewed from SR-14
The “Broughton Lumber Company” sign has long been a Columbia Gorge icon
The massive “Bow-truss Building” formerly used to load lumber onto rail cars
Massive dry storage sheds testify to the Broughton Mill site’s industrial heritage
Looking west through the center of the Broughton Mill site
This historic storage shed is slated for reuse as the resort’s main lodge
This wigwam burner recalls the Gorge’s history as a lumber producing region
Remains of the former dry kilns
Former dry chain shed used for sorting lumber