Seattle used to have a waterfront streetcar. Not so long ago, heritage streetcars ground down the rails along the waterfront of Elliott Bay, but for seven years now the rails have been left to the elements. Here at Bell Street, one of the eight surviving stops, the right-of-way remains wide and clear for something that may never roll there again.
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