Photos by Tag: derelict

November 23rd, 2021

Old & gold

I never tire of taking photos of this derelict passenger car at rest in a Fidalgo Island pasture.

August 5th, 2021

The Enchantress, Mt. Baker: 2006

Before a major environmental cleanup, there was the Enchantress, an abandoned work boat that was leaking fluids into Fidalgo Bay. On the uplands, and into the bay were remains of a plywood mill. Today the area serves as one of the popular spots along the Tommy Thompson Trail in Anacortes.

June 22nd, 2020

The Enchantress: 2006

Before the ultimate decision to remove her from Fidalgo Bay due to leaks below the waterline, the vessel Enchantress attracted many photographers. Photo taken in Fall 2006 from former site of plywood mill before cleanup.

May 18th, 2004

South side fixer upper

With Fidalgo Island real estate prices climbing like they have over the past few years, this derelict near the intersection of “H” Avenue and 41st Street might qualify as a “fixer upper.” On a more serious note, there is a great deal of remodel/renovation activity in the community. It’s pretty amazing what some new lumber, […]

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