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December 1, 2014
The Port of Kalama has opened the Kalama Transportation Interpretive Center at 110 W. Marine Drive.
The 13,500-square-foot space houses a museum with cultural artifacts and memorabilia, and new port offices. Construction cost $4.5 million.
The center was designed to resemble a traditional waterfront warehouse from the 1800s, reflecting on the area's past as a commercial and transportation hub.
Some of the items on display are a canoe carved from a cedar log, an Oregon Trail-style covered wagon, a 1929 Model AA Ford truck and a replica of the Tacoma, a late-19th-century railroad ferry.
Owner: Port of Kalama
Architect: Collins Architectural Group
General contractor: Berschauer Group
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