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Fort Stevens State Park
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Battery Russell at Fort Stevens

Battery Russell at Fort Stevens

Battery Russell is an artillery emplacement just south of the mouth of the Columbia River. Along with two similar installations across the river in Washington it was designed to protect the strategic river entrance. Now it adds historical interest to huge Fort Stevens State Park.

Fort Stevens State Park, Oregon

Date photographed: August 6, 2014
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Fort Stevens beach with the wreck of the Peter Iredale

Fort Stevens beach with the wreck of the Peter Iredale

The slowly disappearing ribs and bow of the Peter Iredale shipwreck have been a popular sight on the beach at Fort Stevens for many years. It may be the most-photographed subject on the northern Oregon coast.

Fort Stevens State Park, Oregon

Date photographed: August 6, 2014
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The wreck of the Peter Iredale at Fort Stevens State Park

The wreck of the Peter Iredale at Fort Stevens State Park

The Peter Iredale was a steel-hulled sailing ship that wrecked on the beach at Clatsop Spit in October 1906. It is one of over 2000 vessels known to have wrecked in the "Graveyard of the Pacific" that stretches from Tillamook Bay to the north tip of Vancouver Island.

Fort Stevens State Park, Oregon

Date photographed: August 6, 2014
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