National Register Listings in
Whatcom County, Washington

Aftermath Clubhouse Austin Pass Warming Hut Axtell, Dr. William H. and Frances C., House B. P. O. E. Building Bacon, George H., House Barlow Building Beaver Pass Shelter Bellingham City Hall Bellingham Herald Building Bellingham National Bank Building Berthusen Barn and Privy Black, Alfred L., House Boundary Marker No. 1 Broadway Park Historic District Cissna Cottages Historic District Copper Mountain Fire Lookout Daylight Building Deer Lick Cabin Desolation Peak Lookout Devil's Corner Cliff Walk Diablo Hydroelectric Power Plant Donovan, J. J., House Downtown Bellingham Historic District Eldridge Avenue Historic District Eldridge Homesite and Mansion Fairhaven Historic District Fairhaven Library Fish and Game-Hozomeen Cabin Flatiron Building Gamwell House Glacier Ranger Station Gorge Hydroelectric Power Plants Great Northern Passenger Station Hotel Laube Hovander Homestead Immanuel School of Industries-Department of Public Welfare International Boundary US-Canada Koma Kulshan Ranger Station Larrabee House Leopold Hotel Lynden Department Store Middle Fork Nooksack River Bridge Montague and McHugh Building Morse Hardware Company Building Morse, Robert I., House Mount Baker Theatre MV PLOVER (ferry) Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant Oakland Block Old Main, Western Washington State College Orchard Terrace Apartments Park Butte Lookout Peace Arch Perry Creek Shelter Pickett House Richards, T.G., and Company Store Roeder, Victor A., House Roth, Lottie, Block Sanitary Meat Market Sehome Hill Historic District Si'ke village with historic area called Tsi'lich Skagit River and Newhalem Creek Hydroelectric Projects Skagit River and Newhalem Creek Hydroelectric Projects (Boundary Increase) Sourdough Mountain Lookout South Hill Historic District U.S. Post Office and Courthouse US Post Office-Lyden Main Wardner, James F., House Washington Grocery Company Warehouse Whatcom Museum of History and Art Wild Goose Pass Tree Winchester Mountain Lookout York Historic District Young Women's Christian Association