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Left: Rising over the pilings left over from the original row of salmon canneries, the owners used the same building materials as the original structures to create a look of a former era in Astoria.
July 29, 2012 in Features, Travel on Page D8
Along the waterfront of Astoria, Ore., you can sense the drama of times past. The hundreds of pilings where salmon canneries used to stand give a clue to a city …
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