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McFee Tunnel

On the Spruce Railroad Trail in Port Angeles, Washington

McFee Tunnel on the Spruce Railroad Trail in Port Angeles, WashingtonIn 1918, during World War I, the U.S. Army Signal Corp built the Spruce Railroad Trail to haul Sitka Spruce to mills for the manufacture of airplanes. Nearly 70 years after blasting the tunnel mouth shut in the early 1950s, the FLH reopened this tunnel for the enjoyment of the public.