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Longview (Washington)

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Longview is a city in Washington State. It is nicknamed the "City of Trees" and was established in 1923 by R. A. Long, who intended it to become the "Chicago of the West".

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Interstate 5 runs through neighboring Kelso, connecting the area to Seattle and Portland.

By train[edit]

  • Amtrak, [1]. The nearest station is in the neighboring town of Kelso.

By bus[edit]

  • Lower Columbia CAP, [2]. Rural public bus system serving Longview from Kalama, Woodland, and Salmon Creek (near Vancouver, WA) in the south and Castle Rock, Toledo/Winlock (I-5 exit #63), and Chehalis in the north. It is possible to transfer at Salmon Creek from the C-TRAN bus system serving Vancouver and Portland. Fares $1 per boarding.

Get around[edit]

Major streets radiate like wheel spokes from the city center.

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  • Lake Sacajawea
  • Nutty Narrows Bridge (the squirrel bridge)

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Routes through Longview
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