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Man’s Dream of Opening Vinyl Record Store in Concrete, Goes up in Flames

Charlie Bermant/Peninsula Daily News

Port Townsend,  Washington- A Port Townsend man’s dreams of opening a vinyl record/Coffee  store in Concrete, Washington came to a fiery end this week when a garage fire destroyed his lifetime collection of 25,000 vinyl records, vintage puzzles  and over  7,000 CD’s.  The loss of his lifetime collection had a value of around $100,000.

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