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What a great way to commemerate the men and women who helped create Astoria's history. The many different walks; be they cannery workers,coast gaurd,bar pilots,longshoremen,gillnetters.ships captains, fishermen or lovers of open water. Makes a person envision a lively community here at the mouth of the...More
There is a wonderful river walk along the Columbia through Astoria. The Maritime Memorial is along the walk, near the bridge. Along with the Museum further down the path, it gives you a sense for the extreme conditions where the Columbia meets the Pacific and...More
I appreciate that Astoria honors it's maritime history and livelihoods - this is a nice token of recognition of those who have worked the waterways in a variety of positions along with vignettes from family and friends that makes you appreciate their story. It's wellperf...More
This is a lovely recognition of those who have worked the waterways in a variety of positions along with taglines from family and friends that makes you want to know more of their story. This is perfectly located right along the Astoria Park, the Columbia...More