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Christmas Lights at the Scotia Inn811 views
Christmas at the Scotia Inn1138 viewsAccording to a Palco historical timeline, in 1903 the Mowatoc Hotel was built on the same property as the inn. The hotel had 135 rooms and served as a residence for mill workers as well as an inn for stagecoach travelers between Ukiah and Eureka. Palco interim spokesperson Kathy Wigginton said that the Mowatoc Hotel burned down and was rebuilt in 1923, and renamed the Scotia Inn.
Turkey Lurkey Sand1317 views
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Kiwanis Barbecue505 viewsApple Harvest Festival
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Master Chef567 viewsKiwanis sponsors a BBQ lunch at the Apple Harvest Festival.
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Bank of Eureka331 views
Good Old Days...1255 viewsFrom 10th and Main Streets looking east.
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Main Street Fortuna1173 viewsIt took a brave photographer to stand in the middle of the street with 1940's equipment.
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Benbow Inn3125 viewsJust minutes away from the breathtaking vistas of the Lost Coast and majestic old growth redwood forests along the Avenue of the Giants, the historic Benbow Inn (web site) is the perfect place to find total relaxation. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this world-class Tudor-style inn is known for exquisite fine dining, Old-World ambiance, and provides the perfect setting for a romantic getaway. This historic hotel is located on the banks of the Eel River. The beautiful Benbow Valley is within easy driving distance to the Wine Country, Mendocino County and San Francisco Bay Area.
Downtown Fortuna, 19491569 viewsMain Street, looking east at the 10th Street intersection.
Hansen Furniture and the Lane House1057 viewsBuilt as the Nowland House in 1892, the Lane House also included the Imperial Hotel. Located on the south side of Main Street between 9th and 10th Streets. H.A. Hansen's Furniture Emporium occupied the right side of the building until they moved into the meeting hall across the street (now known as Low's Furniture, changed hands in 1953). Hansen's wife, Bertie McNulty, was the postmaster of Fortuna for many years. This building still stands today with apartments upstairs and businesses on the ground floor.
Main Street998 viewsLooking west on Main Street from the 11th Street Intersection.
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Robt. Johnston, Practical Blacksmith and Wagon Maker247 views"AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST."
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