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Kelso

Kelso, which lies to the west of Mount Saint Helens on the eastern bank of the Cowlitz River, had a front-row seat for the eruption on May 18, 1980. Many areas of the city, notably the Three Rivers Shopping Mall, are built on volcanic ash dredged from the mudflow that went into the Cowlitz River.

Longview is also the home of the largest pine nut collection in the United States, which is housed in the Northwest Nut and Conifer Preservation Center, owned and operated by a local enthusiast. Kelso is also host to an annual Highlander Festival of Scottish culture every September.

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • No ticket agent
  • Ticket vending machines
  • No checked baggage
  • Free short-term parking
  • Free overnight parking

Northbound

07:38
500
09:13
502
15:03
518
16:51
14
18:48
506
20:18
508
11:33
504

Southbound

08:12
503
09:28
505
12:27
11
14:30
517
20:00
509
16:40
507
22:10
511

Hours

MoTuWeThFrSaSu
Station
20:30
Ticketing
This station does not have a ticketing office.

Location

501 S. First Ave
Kelso, WA 98626
United States
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