Neighborhoods of Seattle: comparing the origins of Fremont and Wedgwood

Fremont Bridge 1903 courtesy HistoryLink Essay 3309

The early Fremont Bridge was a wooden trestle. This 1903 view to the north as we cross the bridge into Fremont shows the lumber mill in the foreground and B.F. Day School on the horizon. Photo courtesy of HistoryLink Essay 3309.

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