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Couch Lake was a lake that existed previous to the founding of Portland. Its name is derived from [[John Couch]], who first settled on the land. It was eventually filled in order to provide ground for the railroad's [[Union Station]].
 
Couch Lake was a lake that existed previous to the founding of Portland. Its name is derived from [[John Couch]], who first settled on the land. It was eventually filled in order to provide ground for the railroad's [[Union Station]].
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Revision as of 09:51, 4 October 2010

Couch Lake was a lake that existed previous to the founding of Portland. Its name is derived from John Couch, who first settled on the land. It was eventually filled in order to provide ground for the railroad's Union Station.