Concrete Heritage Museum (formerly Camp Seven Logging Museum) is a local heritage museum in Concrete, Washington. The museum focuses on the industrial history of the region and has collections dedicated to Superior Portland Cement Company, Lower Baker Dam, and the region's rich history of logging. The museum maintains an archive of The Concrete Herald, a historical local newspaper established in 1901. The museum has regular summer weekend hours, but open by appointment only all other times.
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