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Fremont Historical Society Streetcar Tour on July 22nd

The Fremont Historical Society presents a Fremont streetcar history tour on Thursday July 22 at 7 p.m. Meet at 34th/Phinney, in front of the old Car Barn. The tour is free.

The tour lasts approximately 1 ½ hours. It is a guided walking tour along N. 34th and north on Woodland Park Ave N. to N. 40th. Along the way we will tell you about the history of the streetcars in Fremont, why Fremont held a place of importance in

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Seattle’s history as a streetcar suburb, and about early residences and shops along the streetcar route. We have lots of historical photos to show you. Come with us to find the location of Seattle historian’s Paul Dorpat’s “mystery photo” in Fremont!

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