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Bath #2, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Bath #2, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Bath #1, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park

Bath #1, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Bedroom #1, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park

Bedroom #1, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Bedroom #2, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park

Bedroom #2, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Bedroom #3, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park

Bedroom #3, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Dining Room, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Dining Room, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Kitchen, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Kitchen, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Living Room, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Living Room, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Main Hallway, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park

Main Hallway, Scarborough House - Fort Columbia State Park
Scarborough House was originally built as the Fort Columbia Hospital in 1903 and today is available for vacation rental through Washington State Parks.  This spacious rental features 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, kitchen, large dining area and common room.F...
Published 20/06/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Battery 246, Powder Room - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Battery 246, Powder Room - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Construction of Battery 246 was started in 1944, but with the end of World War II the guns were removed and the battery was deactivated having never been fully completed. During the Cold War, the battery was used as a Civil Defense Shelter, and in...
Published 26/10/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Battery 246, Powder Room - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Battery 246, Powder Room - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Construction of Battery 246 was started in 1944, but with the end of World War II the guns were removed and the battery was deactivated having never been fully completed. During the Cold War, the battery was used as a Civil Defense Shelter, and in...
Published 26/10/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Battery 246, SE Main Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Battery 246, SE Main Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Construction of Battery 246 was started in 1944, but with the end of World War II the guns were removed and the battery was deactivated having never been fully completed. During the Cold War, the battery was used as a Civil Defense Shelter, and in...
Published 26/10/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Battery 246, NW Main Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Battery 246, NW Main Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Construction of Battery 246 was started in 1944, but with the end of World War II the guns were removed and the battery was deactivated having never been fully completed. During the Cold War, the battery was used as a Civil Defense Shelter, and in...
Published 26/10/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Battery 246, Main Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Battery 246, Main Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Construction of Battery 246 was started in 1944, but with the end of World War II the guns were removed and the battery was deactivated having never been fully completed. During the Cold War, the battery was used as a Civil Defense Shelter, and in...
Published 26/10/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Battery 246, Rear Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington

Battery 246, Rear Corridor - Fort Columbia State Park, Washington
Construction of Battery 246 was started in 1944, but with the end of World War II the guns were removed and the battery was deactivated having never been fully completed. During the Cold War, the battery was used as a Civil Defense Shelter, and in...
Published 26/10/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation