More old Fairbanks houses in the way of progress
The two cabins shown in the photographs are located at the corner of Third Street and the Steese Expressway here in Fairbanks. The first cabin is nothing special–made with milled logs. The second cabin is is a lovely building however, erected in the 1940s and made from hand-hewn logs. There is a similarly constructed garage behind it.
Both of the buildings have been acquired by the State of Alaska for a future project to widen Third Street. Which means that both cabins have to go. Hopefully someone will buy and move them. Yay, progress!
I like this old cabins and I think living their would be great. Alaska was one of the place that I want to visit in the future. Thank you and keep posting.