Subways, Dots

Seattle Subways. The Seattle Monorail Project was far from the first abandoned transit plan for the city. Seattle had interurban and electric streetcars over a century ago, but by 1926, there was a desire for real rapid transit, like in Chicago or New York. By 1928, there was a comprehensive proposal that included station drawings, route maps, projected traffic graphs and numbers, and lots of stuff you’d see in modern transit planning.


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Anydot? Everydot. A very nice spread of my photos can be found in the mnartists.org supplement to the Rake magazine this month. Unfortunately, the issue cover and index both identify my project as Anydot, instead of Everydot. Hopefully those googling for me might find this post if they search for “anydot“.

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