The park shares the waterfront with a modern Federal building. I had passed the Federal Center South as I walked along E Marginal Way S but had no idea there was a modern building behind it.
A guard stopped me and asked to look at the pictures I had taken. I guess they were OK because he didn't ask me to delete any of them and wished me luck with my walking project.
Union Pacific Railroad tracks run along E Marginal Way and the stretch that runs by the Federal building is lined with healthy-looking green hedges. Other stretches are not as nice and walking beside the tracks is not easy.
Seadrunar Recycling facility, Arena Sports, Bartell and Whole Foods Distribution Centers, Ash Grove Cement,
Habitat for Humanity Home Improvement Outlet Store (I stopped inside - they appeared to have some good deals)
Seattle Design Center and the Sharehouse (pictured in a prior post) live along side Iridio,
Hudson (diner) next to the Georgetown Morgue (with signs for a KUBE haunted house).
Today, I chatted with some friendly people who prepared me to walk their neighborhood (near Seward Park) where no streets showed on my map but which has city-maintained pathways. I asked talked with the owner of Oasis Water Gardens, while admiring her offerings.