Newcastle Historical Society hosts mine tour April 3

March 28, 2014

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By Bob Cerelli Newcastle's Baima House is one of the oldest buildings in King County. The property's owners, Pam and Gary Lee, have fixed it up as seen in this recent photo.

By Bob Cerelli
Newcastle’s Baima House is one of the oldest buildings in King County. The property’s owners, Pam and Gary Lee, have fixed it up as seen in this recent photo.

The Newcastle Historical Society invites residents to learn about their city’s history with an April 3 mine tour.

Mike Intlekofer, Pam Lee, and Vickie Baima Olson will lead attendees on a guided tour of some of the once bustling mines.

The 90-minute tour also includes a stop at the Baima House, an old company house that is now the oldest in King County.

The tour begins at Pam Lee’s house, 7105 138th Ave. S.E., at 2 p.m. Parking is available on gravel lots at the location. A question-and-answer session will follow the 90-minute tour.

Attendees should wear appropriate attire. The tour will occur rain or shine. Learn more about the Newcastle Historical Society here.

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