You’ve probably heard of the Underground Tour — but maybe not the real workings of the city beneath our feet.
The Pergola is now a designated National Historic Landmark, but access to the once-swanky 1908 restroom underneath has been paved over.
Scigliano will discuss his Pacific NW magazine piece on Seattle’s unbuilt projects, and much more, at the Museum of History & Industry’s monthly History Cafe.
From a post-Great Fire Beaux Arts Civic Center to 1950s-era underwater traffic tubes, Seattle’s past is filled with schemes that never materialized.
20/20 hindsight: Yesterday’s visions for Seattle gain new relevance today.
Raise a frothy pint to Washington’s proud, 35-year-old craft-brewing industry.