Tag Archives: Burke-Gilman Trail
The Burke-Gilman Trail will now have a fresh produce stand on Fridays, 3 to 5:30 PM, beginning on August 29, 2014, brought to you by students of the UW Farm. Students will sell produce just across the Trail from the … Continue reading
An alert from the Seattle Parks and Recreation Dept: Construction may affect use of the Burke-Gilman Trail between NE 125th and NE 135th Streets.
Some of the neighborhood names in northeast Seattle started out as plat names, then gradually became the identifiers for whole areas. Wedgwood started as a plat name filed by developer Albert Balch in July 1941, from NE 80th to 85th … Continue reading
One of Wedgwood’s proudest claims-to-fame is as the birthplace of the Burke-Gilman Trail which officially opened in 1978. This wonderful urban amenity links northeast Seattle neighborhoods with nature. As a transportation resource the Trail helps to reduce car traffic by … Continue reading