Historic Structures

Pictures 5 Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington

Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington Historic view of powerhouse under construction; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1905.)
Historic view of powerhouse under construction; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1905.)

Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington Historic overview of newly completed powerhouse and company houses; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1906.)
Historic overview of newly completed powerhouse and company houses; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1906.)

Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington Historic overview of newly completed powerhouse, company houses, and company hotel, after snowfall; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1906.)
Historic overview of newly completed powerhouse, company houses, and company hotel, after snowfall; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1906.)

Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington Historic overview of powerhouse, company houses, and company hotel, after snowfall; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1910.)
Historic overview of powerhouse, company houses, and company hotel, after snowfall; looking west. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1910.)

Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington Historic view of south facade of powerhouse; looking north. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1915.)
Historic view of south facade of powerhouse; looking north. (Photographer unknown, ca. 1915.)

Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Plant, Glacier Washington Historic view of interior of powerhouse looking east; showing operator's platform containing needle valves and type "Q" Lombard governor (center), traveling crane (manufactured by the Northern Crane Co. of Detroit, Michigan), and plant operator, Walter Mann (left) and his stepfather, Mr. Lockwood. (Photographer unknown, circa 1920.)
Historic view of interior of powerhouse looking east; showing operator's platform containing needle valves and type "Q" Lombard governor (center), traveling crane (manufactured by the Northern Crane Co. of Detroit, Michigan), and plant operator, Walter Mann (left) and his stepfather, Mr. Lockwood. (Photographer unknown, circa 1920.)