July 22, 2014
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1930s: This postcard shows traffic on Sunset Hill, the western entrance to Spokane proper. During this era, traffic from Seattle followed what is now Highway 2.
Jan. 28, 2013 in City on Page A5
In the 19th century, east-west travel across Washington was on unsurfaced, ungraded roads. Routes were mostly military wagon trails like the Mullan Road and the Naches Pass Road. But railroad …
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