Aloha Lumber Company 1917-1940
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Created 7/25/09
Trestle crossing Joe Creek at the crossing with the Northern
Pacific's Moclips Branch.(6/15/07)
The old smokestack of the Aloha mill at Aloha stood when this picture was taken. However, it has since
been torn down as a hazard to flying aircraft.(6/15/07)
Mill Area:
More remains of the mill site.(10/10/10)
Although now a private residence, this building was once the company offices and general store.(1/31/11)
On the north side of the highway lies the Aloha tavern. When Aloha first started up, through the logging
railroad years, this building was the original mess hall.(1/31/11)
Looking behind the old company store(left) are the remains of some of the garages that served the
equipment and people of the mill.(1/31/11)
Woods:
Some more of the remains of the lumber mill site.(1/31/11)
Some more of the remains of the lumber mill site.(1/31/11)
More remains of the mill site.(10/10/10)
More remains of the mill site.(10/10/10)