Circa 1972: The makeover in the early 1970s of the former railroad complex was the most radical change to the area. Preparation for the Expo ’74 world’s fair included the demolition of the Union Depot, most of the Great Northern Depot and the associated railroad tracks.
Aug. 25, 2014 in City on Page A5
The history of the intersection of Howard Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard is the story of Spokane: 1871: J.J. Downing and S.R. Scranton settle by the Spokane Falls and build …