Port Townsend Doors – The Former Clam Cannery

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.

Side Door to the Clam Cannery

 For more doors from around the world go to Thursday Doors challenge hosted by Dan at No Facilities. 

August 2021

27 thoughts on “Port Townsend Doors – The Former Clam Cannery

  1. Just found your blog Donna. Gorgeous photos! Port Townsend has lots more photographic moments…and I can give you a guided tour!!!

    1. Hi Erica, Glad to see you here! I’ll be posting more pics from my whirlwind trip in August. I felt like I was running around the town to see as much as I could, so we will be back. And, would love for you to give us a guided tour. Yanni wasn’t with me on this trip, so it will be his first time to see this lovely seaside town. When we toured the Olympic Peninsula in July, we stopped at the John Wayne Marina in Sequim and had lunch in Port Angeles. It was lavender time in the area but sadly we didn’t have time to stop at any of the lavender farms. Next time. Stay well and hope to see you in 2022!

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