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Peshastin Industrial Park from railroad tracks

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Peshastin Industrial Park .. access road view from railroad tracks. In the past, the old Peshastin Mill produced lumber products on the 60-acre site. However more recently, the property has been improved by the Port of Chelan County for use as the Peshastin Industrial Park. The 60-acre parcel (40 developable; 20 left for natural areas) is located out on Peshastin Mill Road between the railroad tracks to the east , the Wenatchee River to the west, and just north of downtown Peshastin, Washington (98847 USA). As a photographer, I found this place to be a great place for an afternoon walk, as it is mostly flat land with some terrain being a bit more interesting along the tracks or shoreline where nature abounds. Along the shoreline, you’ll see abundant tracks left by local wildlife in the sandy beach areas. While traversing the area, please be careful of the native plant life, some of which has more recently been planted over the older roadways now being reclaimed by nature, as is the plan. For more information, visit:

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