1942: Air Warning Service Station "Charlie 8-0" was established on the Olympic National Park land with a 12 x 14 living quarters by the AWS at a point three and a half miles from the road. At the end of service the building was retained by the Park Service. (from Report of AWS Stations, May 1, 1944)
1943: The site was discontinued but retained by the service. Perhaps one reason may have been the three and one-half mile hike into the station, re-supplying would have been a chore.
2014: A hiking report notes that the abandoned cabin was still standing in the early part of spring. The trail into the cabin has had major slide activity and hiking to the cabin can be considered hazardous. The trail beyond the slide is plagued with windfalls and minor slide activity.