Knickerbocker Site History

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Knickerbocker Floodplain site circa 1960. Photo courtesy Jay Amena.

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has created a page detailing the history of the Knickerbocker Floodplain site (aka Thornton Creek at NE 100th Street and 20th Avenue NE).  Resident Jay Amena has provided a number of historic photographs that show the houses that once existed on NE 100th, the soon-to-be site of the Floodplain Restoration Project that begins works this summer.

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