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August 21, 2013 / Gregory Williams


The history of Seattle’s waterfront, and railroads is a storied one.

I could care less. Except I had a train set when I was a kid, and train sets are awesome. Therefore real trains are awesome.

And there I was today, dispatched by work to attend a corporate event near Seattle’s water front when it came to my attention that just beside the corporate offices of this particular vendor was a railway still in heavy industrial use.

The Nikon and Holga lens were in my bag, and there was some downtime at lunch. A freight train was hauling farm equipment North when I got there. The cars weren’t moving because this portion of track “…is part of a switching station or something” I was told.


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