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Entrance Station (Devils Tower National Monument)

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Built  1941
Architectural style  Other
Opened  1941
Architect  Carnes, W.G.; et al.
NRHP Reference #  00000853
Added to NRHP  24 July 2000
Entrance Station (Devils Tower National Monument)
Location  Devils Tower National Monument, Devils Tower, Wyoming
MPS  Devils Tower National Monument MPS
Similar  Beaver Meadows Visitor Ce, Bear Lake Road, Devils Tower, Tower Ladder, Moraine Park Discovery

The Entrance Station at Devils Tower National Monument is a log cabin in the National Park Service Rustic style, built in 1941. The cabin is based on 1933 plans created by the National Park Service Landscape Division for a now-vanished caretaker's cabin at Aspenglen Campground in Rocky Mountain National Park, adapted by NPS architect Howard W. Baker of the Branch of Plans and Design for dual use as an entrance station and as a residence. It features a unique porch with rough-cut projecting log ends in a scooped pattern.

The interior was renovated in 1999, replacing the living spaces with office space.

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Entrance Station (Devils Tower National Monument) Wikipedia


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