Port Gamble

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Experience this 120-acre National Historic Landmark, a mill town complete with picturesque turn of the century buildings and houses, shops and historic church.

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47°51′15″N 122°35′02″W Port Gamble, Washington, United States 98364

website: http://portgamble.com/

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Experience this 120-acre National Historic Landmark, a mill town complete with picturesque turn of the century buildings and houses, shops and historic church. Founded in 1853, Port Gamble was the longest continuously operating mill town in N. America. While Port Gamble is the only remaining company owned mill town in Puget Sound, it has become a tourist and wedding destination with its shops and restaurants. Located at the north end of the Kitsap Peninsula, its proximity to Seattle makes this a regional destination.

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