Dec. 9, 2007 at 12:15am
These restrooms look to be built with a better architectual design and building materials than most of the buildings constructed in Tacoma (and many other cities) after 1950. A compliment to the original architects and a sad reflection on today's lax and often non existant design standards.
I am looking forward to seeing how the park turns out after the renovations and am certainly apprehensive about how the steam plant will impact the park visually and pollution wise.
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by Steph DeRosa on 12/9/2007 @ 8:09pm
|I've been eyeing this baby with camera in hand for a looooooooooong time.|
by Erik on 12/9/2007 @ 8:42pm
|I've been eyeing this baby with camera in hand for a looooooooooong time.
Yeah. Its pretty cool. Do you have any photos?
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