Great Northern Railway clocktower
The pedestrian bridge offers some of the best up-close views of the Great Northern Railway clocktower in Riverfront Park, though the structure can be seen from most of the park and downtown Spokane. Originally constructed at the turn of the 20th century as part of the Great Northern Railroad depot, the clock tower was preserved to keep time at Expo ’74.
Source: City of Spokane, spokanecity.org
Directions to the next stop: Stevens/Washington bridge and tunnel
1 m away