South Park Bridge
The two crews rowing were the first ones to pass under the new South Park Bridge. The last photo is looking south where the old Sheet Metal Shop of Plant II, Boeing, was located. During the bridge construction Boeing demolished the long vacated building (whose footprint ran right up the the waters edge, with no set back or buffer zone) and is now cleaning and refurbishing this section of shoreline of the Duwamish River. Pretty amazing transition. The Sheet Metal Shop moved to the city of Auburn, WA. in the mid-80’s-known as the 17-45 building. I actually worked in the 17-45 building for a year, 1999, before being moved to the Everett Plant 67 miles north, where I spent the last two years of my working career with the company. Seems like a lifetime ago.
Posted on July 19, 2014, in Architecture, boat, Bridge, Personal History, Samsung ST150, Seattle, Thoughts, Washington and tagged Architecture, boat, Bridge, Duwamish River, Samsung ST150, Seattle, South Park Bridge. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.