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NISQUALLY EARTHQUAKE OF 28 FEBRUARY 2001

PIONEER SQUARE AREA OF DOWNTOWN SEATTLE

an area of unreinforced masonry historical buildings, some of which were damaged

 

Photographs by Randolph Langenbach, April, 2001

 

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1) Pioneer-18-hi-res.jpg (51912 bytes)   2) Pioneer-00.jpg (41725 bytes)   3) Pioneer-15.jpg (59098 bytes)

4) Pioneer-04.jpg (55701 bytes)   5) Pioneer-03.jpg (33560 bytes)  

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13) Pioneer-17.jpg (56647 bytes)  

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