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Months had passed since I last visited the Interbay Train Station. It was, as always, static. Empty cars, led by empty locomotives, placed on an empty strip of land between Queen Anne and Magnolia. The only evidence of change is the graffiti displayed on the mile-long canvasses. This mixture of chalked hobo marks, bold tags, and street artist characters is in a constant state of flux.
Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting photographs of my most recent exploration of Seattle’s crossroads.