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Lower Toklat River Ranger Cabin No. 18

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Architect  National Park Service
NRHP Reference #  86003222
Architectural style  Other
Added to NRHP  25 November 1986
Lower Toklat River Ranger Cabin No. 18
Location  30 mi. N on Toklat River from Park Rd., Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, USA
MPS  Patrol Cabins, Mount McKinley National Park TR
Similar  Sable Pass, Primrose Ridge, Savage River Loop Trailhead, Savage River, Eielson Visitor Center

The Lower Toklat Ranger Cabin No. 18 is a log shelter in the National Park Service Rustic style in Denali National Park. The cabin is part of a network of shelters used by patrolling park rangers throughout the park. It is a standard design by the National Park Service Branch of Plans and Designs and was built in 1931.

Work began in the summer of 1931, with construction carried out by contracted carpenters, described as "two old Swedes". A ranger-built food cache and dog houses followed in 1933 and 1936.The design originated at Yellowstone National Park, adapted in this case with a somewhat larger size.


Lower Toklat River Ranger Cabin No. 18 Wikipedia

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