Photos of Falk

Falk

Falk, c 1890

Falk, c 1900

Falk, c 1915

Falk log dump, c 1920

Folks can visit where Falk used to be–and sometimes spot remnants of that long-ago ghost town.  In fact, one old barn has been reconstructed in an easily accessible area of the Headwaters Reserve for all to see and enjoy.

Interested folks can also check with HSU to see if there will be any more archeological forays into the area.

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3 Responses to Photos of Falk

  1. Tim Shey says:

    Those are great old photos of the timber industry. I used to work in lumber yards in Ames, Iowa and Phoenix, Arizona. I did a lot of work in the sawshop, so they called me “Sawman”.

    • Lynette M says:

      Love that. Sawman.
      Falk still exists, though most of it was razed to keep squatters out.
      If you ever hitchhike to our neck of the woods, give me a shout and I’ll make sure you find it.

  2. […] sign pointing the way to Falk is also pretty cool and reminds me of the Hwy 101/299 interchange in […]

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