At forty-two stories, 462′ (141 m,) the Smith Tower was the tallest building in Seattle for fifty-five years, 1914 to 1969. On a vacation some years ago, we enjoyed the history of that building and climbing to the observation level near the top.
From the NW corner, eleven-year old Steve stands before the Seattle Space Needle seen here to the north.
Eastern Elliot Bay forms the waterfront of Seattle.
And the view south is the old King Dome, which we thoroughly toured earlier, with the King Street Train Station (with tower) and I-5 in the distance to the left, here looking south
Thanks for viewing, zoom in for a closer look and comments are always welcome. M 🙂