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Fans looking to scout the location of the celebrated television series “Twin Peaks” got a new roadside marker to help in that quest this week when the town of Snoqualmie, Wash., installed an official “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign.

According to, the sign has been installed near 41471 SE Reinig Road. It’s the same road where David Lynch, creator of the 1990 series on ABC, shot FBI special agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) driving into the fictional town past the sign, which features two snow-capped mountains and trees.

The show has returned, 27 years later, to Showtime and Snoqualmie isn’t shying away from the chance to attract fans.

The Welcome back to Twin Peaks website, which previously tracked down the original sign painter, says that the new sign was painted by Sally Rackets, with the Snoqualmie Arts Commission and the Art Gallery of SnoValley.

Check out this video of Agent Cooper driving into town back in 1990:

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