Seattle, Washington, The Lake Washington Ship Canal, c1916

Although the idea was publicly proposed shortly after Seattle�s founding, it wasn�t until 1911 that work began to create a navigable waterway between Lake Washington and the Puget Sound. In 1916, the western locks of the Lake Washington Ship Canal were closed for the first time, allowing for easy shipping to and from the logging communities growing around the lake.


Seattle, Washington, The Lake Washington Ship Canal, c1916

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