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PostThu Sep 23, 2021 10:45 am 
The attached pictures were shared with me from the archeologist from the Olympic Supervisors Office.
The first 2 are the late Corrigenda station on the Dose, believed to have been removed in '63. I spent part of the summer there in '55. The last is the Hamma Hamma station that still exists as a unit that can be rented. The Interrorum station on the Duckabush is still there and is also a rental. You can go on line and see the ad for both rentals and see what they look like today.


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PostThu Sep 23, 2021 11:30 am 
Corrigenda Guard Station

I was just reading this and noticed that Anderson Pass is referred to as Quinault Pass in the 30's.  When did the name change occur?  I like the name Quinault Pass a lot better.

Looks like the trail head today is more in line with what it was back then.

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