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Twin Peaks is a small logging town in Washington, five miles south of the Canadian border and twelve miles west of the state line. Its ZIP code is 59219.[1] Its population is stated to be 51,201 by the entrance board but it actually is a mistake,[2] a 1990 census states the actual population to be 5,120.1.[3]

It is located between White Tail and Blue Pine mountains.

LocationsEdit

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The Great Northern Hotel Edit

Main article: Great Northern Hotel
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The Great Northern Hotel is a place of lodging in Twin Peaks. It also serves as a town hall and was used for the wedding of Dougie Milford and Lana Budding. It is owned and run by Benjamin Horne. Room 315 is where FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper stayed during his time in Twin Peaks.

White Tail Falls Edit

Twin Peaks Town Hall Edit

The Grange Hall (burned) Edit

Palmer House Edit

The Palmer House is the residence of the Palmer family; Sarah, Leland, and Laura. Maddy Ferguson also stayed here during her time in Twin Peaks.

Briggs' House Edit

The Briggs' House is the residence of the Briggs family; Garland, Betty, and Bobby. The Briggs' house has a basement in which Bobby and Laura Palmer consumed cocaine on occasion before the latter's death.

Hayward House Edit

Twin Peaks High School Edit

Main article: Twin Peaks High School

Black Lake Cemetery Edit

Highway 21 Edit

Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department Edit

Main article: Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department
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The Sheriff's Department is the law enforcement establishment in the town. The authorities in Twin Peaks are Sheriff Harry S. Truman along with his deputies Tommy "Hawk" Hill and Andy Brennan who work with FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper during his investigation of the murder of Laura Palmer. The department's receptionist is Brennan's on-and-off girlfriend, Lucy Moran. Cooper was deputized during his suspension from the FBI.

Upper Twin Park Edit

The Gazebo Edit

Lower Twin Park Edit

County Museum Edit

The Bookhouse Edit

Milford Place Edit

Old Railroad Depot Edit

Double R Diner Edit

Main article: Double R Diner
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The Double R Diner is an institution in the town of Twin Peaks. Owned and operated by Norma Jennings, the diner is famous for its home-made pie and coffee and is a popular hub around town. It is open every day of the week and its staff includes the waitresses Shelly Johnson, Heidi, Annie Blackburn, and dishwasher Hank Jennings.

Bang Bang Bar Edit

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The Roadhouse is a popular establishment in the town, often as a place to unwind in the evening for the local law enforcement and to listen to the music being performed by an unnamed singer. It is also a popular meeting place and has been used as a courtroom.

Horne's Department Store Edit

Main article: Horne's Department Store


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Calhoun Memorial Hospital Edit


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Harold Smith's Apartment Edit


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Dead Dog Farm Edit

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Big Ed's Gas Farm Edit

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In Lower Town.[3] Formerly Ed's gas station.[2]

Old Unguin's Field Edit

Warren G. Harding Elementary School Edit

Timber Falls MotelEdit

Main article: Timber Falls Motel


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Twin Peaks Savings and LoanEdit

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Surrounding Locations Edit

White Tail Edit

Blue Pine Edit

Black Lake Edit

Black Lake Dam Edit

Pearl Lakes Edit

Columbia River Edit

Low Town Edit

Blue Pine Lodge Edit

Home of Pete Martell, Catherine Martell, Josie Packard, and Andrew Packard

Packard Sawmill Edit

Main article: Packard Sawmill
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The Packard Sawmill is the lumber mill in Twin Peaks. It is initially owned by Andrew Packard, then after his apparent death, the mill is inherited by his widow, Josie. It is run by Packard's sister, Catherine Martell and her husband Pete.

Owl Cave Edit

Main article: Owl Cave


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Glastonbury Grove Edit

Railroad Cemetery Edit

Ghostwood National Forest Edit

Unguin's Field Observatory Edit

Listening Post Alpha Edit

Fat Trout Trailer Park Edit

Main article: Fat Trout Trailer Park

Tim and Tom's Taxi-dermy Edit

A taxidermy establishment.[4]

Horne's Department Store Edit

Formerly named Horne's general store.[3]

Ed Strimble's worker's warehouse[3] Edit

Gentleman Jim's Edit

Fine Funrishing and drapes.[5][3]

Carlson's Odd Shop[3] Edit

Church of the Good Shepherd Edit

Lutherian church.[3]

Christ the King Edit

Catholic church.[3]

The Third Baptist Church of Black Lake Edit

Baptist church.[3]

Twin Peaks Episcopal Edit

Episcopal church led by Reverend Clarence Brocklehurst.[3]

Twin Peaks Theosophist Society[3] Edit

Circular Lodge[3] Edit

LeAnn's Country Inn[3] Edit

Snow Street Inn[3] Edit

The Willow Inn[3] Edit

Pine View Motel[3] Edit

Bijou Edit

Old Opera house.[3][2]

The Cozy Box Bed 'n Breakfast[3] Edit

Mrs. Thrimble's Bed and Breakfast[3] Edit

Timber Place[3] Edit

Angelo Wong's[3] Edit

Italian / Thai restaurant.

Ace's Bar-B-Que[3] Edit

Lamplighter Inn[3] Edit

Grange Edit

Town hall.

Twin Peaks Chamber of Commerce Edit

Wagon Wheel Edit

Bakery, specialised in donuts.[3][2]

Train Graveyard[3] Edit

County Museum[3] Edit

Hike and Bike[3] Edit

Thor's Trading Post Edit

Formerly named Wakahannawawak trading post.[3]

Slice 'n' Crave[3] Edit

Headers by Hed[3] Edit

Ghostwood National Forest[3] Edit

Main article: Ghostwood National Forest

Gilda's Card and Cheese Shop[3] Edit

Bell Club Lodge[3] Edit

Twin Peaks Owl Club[3] Edit

Unguin Air Force Base[3] Edit

Sawmill River Lodge[2] Edit

Behind the scenes Edit

Lynch and Frost wanted the town's population to be 5,120 but the channel ABC found the figure to be too small and believed contemporary audiences would not be interested in the small town. As a result, the population on the 'Welcome to Twin Peaks' sign was changed to 51,201, despite the fact that the town never seems to be that big in the show.

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