Triangle Building

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I’ve always been fascinated by this building in the Georgetown neighborhood of South Seattle. Also, the two old street lamps add something to the ambience. One day I will have to talk my way into the building just to have a look/see.

About bluestar2012

Sixty six years young photographer, living in Seattle, WA.

Posted on September 15, 2015, in Architecture, buildings, Nikon D7000, Seattle and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Bring a small child with you — that is how I have gotten into many places, by charming them with a smiling, laughing baby!

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  2. The historic sites index says that this building at 6124 12th Ave, built in 1922, was a barber shop with upstairs residence:


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