My husband and I saw the industrial side of Georgetown today as we took a 5.6 mile walk in the area near the Duwamish Waterway.
Cedar Grove Composting facility,
Georgetown Campus of South Seattle Community College had the most eye appeal.
Boeing Field was on the east end of our walk and quite a few planes landed while we were there. This end is also the home of the Georgetown Steam Plant which I plan to visit someday but it was not open today.
Oxbow Park (pictured in a prior post), a US Army installation abutting Boeing Field, an FAA installation, a Washington State Department of Transportation facility which appeared to manufacture road signs. There is some housing in this area and it appears to be a mix of small, older bungalows and newer townhomes.
Carleton Avenue Grocery,
Harbor Freight Tools (whose parking lot was almost full)