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  • Video: Demolition at former G-P site on Bellingham waterfront continues

    Watch the latest time-lapse video on the demolition of the former Georgia-Pacific West Inc. plant on Bellingham's waterfront, including the toppling of green chipper bins that sit above the massive digester tanks. Six of the tanks are being saved.

Watch the latest time-lapse video on the demolition of the former Georgia-Pacific West Inc. plant on Bellingham's waterfront, including the toppling of green chipper bins that sit above the massive digester tanks. Six of the tanks are being saved. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald
Watch the latest time-lapse video on the demolition of the former Georgia-Pacific West Inc. plant on Bellingham's waterfront, including the toppling of green chipper bins that sit above the massive digester tanks. Six of the tanks are being saved. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald

Industrial tanks on Bellingham waterfront envisioned as art, history

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