Seattle has something that makes it practically unique in North America - and it's not the Space Needle; every major city has its tourist trap. No, I mean its embryonic streetcar system, which is one of the few modern streetcars on the continent, rather than a heritage trolley or prewar survival like Toronto's system. There's nothing heritage about these. While I was in Seattle, I caught one of its three streetcars about to depart from the Westlake terminus to South Lake Union during a hard, but thankfully brief, downpour.
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