In subterranean Seattle, thousands of miles of tunnels, pipes and cables keep the city running

Scott Vaagen, a cable-splicer apprentice with Seattle City Light, walks in an electrical tunnel where feeders run from Western Avenue to First Avenue near the Seattle waterfront, at a Seattle City Light substation. At night, City Light crew chief Fiel Diaz says, “These cables become rat and cockroach highways.” (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
Scott Vaagen, a cable-splicer apprentice with Seattle City Light, walks in an electrical tunnel where feeders run from Western Avenue to First Avenue near the Seattle waterfront, at a Seattle City Light substation. At night, City Light crew chief Fiel Diaz says, “These cables become rat and cockroach highways.” (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

You’ve probably heard of the Underground Tour — but maybe not the real workings of the city beneath our feet.

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