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The mission of this category is to document specific cities, towns, airports, bridges, dams and buildings that are named after a person. Please submit only man-made structures named after a person.
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People-Named PlacesBrewster, Washington

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Incorporated on April 29, 1910, Brewster lies on the north bank of the Columbia River, just west of its confluence with the Okanogan River.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member BK-Hunters

location: Washington

date approved: 2/9/2019

last visited: never

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People-Named PlacesChief Joseph Dam, Bridgeport, Douglas and Okanogan counties, WA, USA

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This is Washington's and the USA's second largest hydroelectric dam.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member BK-Hunters

location: Washington

date approved: 5/20/2013

last visited: 1/5/2014

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People-Named PlacesRuby Theatre - Chelan, WA

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Believed to be the oldest continuously running theatre in Washington, the Ruby, now a National Historic Place, continues to screen first run movies, today with the aid of digital projection and sound.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member BK-Hunters

location: Washington

date approved: 7/12/2018

last visited: never

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People-Named PlacesJohn W Keys III Pump-Generating Plant - Grand Coulee, WA

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The largest producer of hydroelectric power in the country, Grand Coulee Dam was the largest concrete structure in the world when built, containing 11,975,521 cubic yards of concrete. It remains the largest concrete structure in the country.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member BK-Hunters

location: Washington

date approved: 5/30/2018

last visited: never

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