Most of what is shown in our photos is located on PRIVATE PROPERTY and requires permission to access. Trespassing is not condoned by this site.
Site Visited 2013
Selleck school site
Incinerator Selleck mill site
Power house ruins Selleck
Mill complex foundations
Selleck school 1930
Selleck was a company lumber town located in King County WA. The town was constructed in 1908 by the Pacific States Lumber Company to support a new lumber mills production.
At its peak Selleck was a community with a population of 900 people, complete with company houses, hotel, hospital, community hall, school, and mill buildings. In 1939 the Pacific States Lumber Company declared bankruptcy ending the era of Selleck.
Today Selleck contains the largest concentration of original mill town structures in King County. Most if not all of the original town is on private property. There are a few remaining ruins of the mill including the incinerator.