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A Stunning Look Back in 1952: An Old Photo of Seattle at Night

Take a look back in time at a stunning old photo of Seattle at night from 1952. We also poked around Google Maps to find a similar view.
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What a beautiful old photo of Seattle at night. This image shows Second Avenue at night back in 1952. You are looking north from Yesler.

We poked around Google Maps to find a similar view, so check that out below as well.

Looking north from Yesler. Item 44134, Engineering Department Photographic Negatives (Record Series 2613-07), Seattle Municipal Archives.

Source: Seattle Municipal Archives

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