The moment I laid eyes on it, I fell in love with the former Clam Cannery’s gorgeous front façade with its antique wooden door. It was the vibrant teal color surrounding the door that first caught my eye. Originally built in 1885 as a storage facility for Waterman & Katz, it was later used as a Clam Cannery. It fell into disrepair for many years and was renovated early 2000’s. The building is now a private residence.
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27 thoughts on “Port Townsend Doors – The Former Clam Cannery”
Wonderful old doors.
I love it when a really old building starts a new life as a residence. That must be done space in there. Thanks for sharing.