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Riverton, Washington

Riverton was a census-designated place in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 6.407 at the 2010 census. Riverton was formerly part of the Riverton-Boulevard Park CDP, which was split up for the 2010 census into Riverton and ...


Seahurst Park

Seahurst Park, in Burien, Washington, is a 178-acre park with forests and a beach on Puget Sound. Originally a King County park, it was given to the newly incorporated city of Burien in 1996. The beach is about 2.000 feet long, and the upper part ...


Big Rock (Coupeville, Washington)


Edmonds–Kingston ferry

The Edmonds–Kingston ferry is a ferry route across Puget Sound between Edmonds and Kingston, Washington. Since 1951 the only ferries employed on the route have belonged to the Washington state ferry system, currently the largest ferry system in t ...


Everett Transit

Everett Transit is the public transit authority of Everett, Washington, the only city in Snohomish County not to belong to Community Transit. As of 2017, Everett Transit operates 42 buses within Everett on ten routes. Its annual ridership in 2016 ...


Washington State Route 526

State Route 526 is a state highway in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The east–west highway travels 4.52 miles and connects SR 525 in Mukilteo to Interstate 5 in southern Everett. It serves the Boeing Everett Factory and Paine Field ...


Washington State Route 529

State Route 529 is a Washington state highway that connects the cities of Everett and Marysville. The 7.88-mile-long roadway extends north from an interchange with Interstate 5, numbered exit 193, past the western terminus of U.S. Route 2, its sp ...


Intercity Transit

Intercity Transit is a public transportation agency organized as a municipal corporation in Thurston County, Washington, United States. It serves Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, and Yelm: an area of approximately 94 square miles. It operates 21 bus rou ...


Lake Steilacoom

Lake Steilacoom is a reservoir approximately 4 km southwest of Tacoma in Pierce County, Washington, United States. Its boundaries lie entirely within the city of Lakewood, Washington. The reservoir covers approximately 306 acres, has a mean depth ...


Scriber Lake Park

Scriber Lake Park is a 22-acre community park and nature refuge in Lynnwood, Washington. Scriber Lake is completely located in the park. The lake was named after Peter Schriber, an early settler.


North Marysville, Washington

North Marysville is a census-designated place in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The majority of the community and its 20.000 residents were annexed into the city of Marysville in 2009. The population was 108 at the 2010 census.


Stimson Crossing, Washington

Stimson Crossing is a former census-designated place in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The population was 773 at the 2000 census. The CDP was discontinued at the 2010 census.


Washington State Route 528

State Route 528 is a state highway located entirely in the city of Marysville within Snohomish County, Washington. It extends 3.46 miles from an interchange with Interstate 5 through Downtown Marysville, east to SR 9. The route serves as a connec ...


Moses Lake

Moses Lake is a lake and reservoir along the course of Crab Creek, in Washington state, USA. Moses Lake is part of the Columbia River basin, as Crab Creek is a tributary of the Columbia River. Although originally a shallow natural lake, Moses Lak ...


Potholes Reservoir

The Potholes Reservoir is part of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project. It is formed by the OSullivan Dam and located in central Washington, in the United States. The reservoir is fed by water from Moses Lake, part of the Crab Creek basin. The a ...


Lincoln Theatre (Mount Vernon, Washington)

Lincoln Theatre is a multi-purpose theatre in Mount Vernon, Washington, United States. The theatre is located at 712 South First St. It was originally constructed in 1926 as a vaudeville and silent movie house, and currently shows movies several ...


U.S. Route 101 Truck (Port Angeles, Washington)


Kennydale, Renton, Washington

Kennydale is a neighborhood in Renton, Washington, in the United States. As of 2008, it had an estimated population of 4.840. It lies along the southeastern shore of Lake Washington and straddles Interstate 405 which runs north-south between Rent ...


Gold Coast Historic District (Richland, Washington)

The Gold Coast Historic District is a residential area in Richland, Washington, the town that was built during the World War II Manhattan Project to house workers at the Hanford atomic plant. The homes within the district date from 1948-49 and ar ...


Pine Lake (Washington)

Pine Lake is a lake located in the city of Sammamish, Washington, about 20 miles east of downtown Seattle. Surrounded by private homes and a city park, it is a popular recreation and fishing spot.


Angle Lake (Washington)

Angle Lake is an L-shaped lake in SeaTac, Washington, United States, occupying 102 acres between Interstate 5 and State Route 99. The lake most likely was so named on account of its outline. On the western shore is a 10-acre park, Angle Lake Park ...


Marine One (fireboat)

M/V Marine One is a fireboat operated by the Seattle Fire Department. Marine One was laid down in 2006 and commissioned the same year. It is one of three fireboats operated by the SFD, the others being M/V Leschi and M/V Chief Seattle. All of the ...


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Boeing Creek and Shoreview Park

Boeing Creek and Shoreview Park is an 88-acre park system within Shoreline, Washington. The two parks share an internal border and both border Shoreline Community College. Boeing Creek Park mainly consists of forested areas. Shoreview Park contai ...


Shoreline Christian School (Shoreline, Washington)

Shoreline Christian School is a private Christian school located in Shoreline, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. The school serves pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Shoreline Christian is affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church but studen ...


St. Dunstans Church of the Highlands Parish, Shoreline, Washington

Saint Dunstans Church of the Highlands Parish is an Episcopal congregation of over 250 people in the Diocese of Olympia. The main church is located on the city limits between Seattle and Shoreline, Washington. Parishioners primarily come from the ...


St. Aloysius Church (Spokane, Washington)

The St. Aloysius Church is a Catholic church in Spokane, Washington, United States. It is deeply associated with Gonzaga University, a local Jesuit institute.


Ruston Way, Tacoma, Washington

Ruston Way is a neighborhood on the west shore of Commencement Bay in the north end of Tacoma, Washington. The two-mile long shoreline paralleling the BNSF tracks and Ruston Way is the focal point. It comprises several parks, public docks, and nu ...


Walla Sweets

The Walla Sweets is an amateur baseball team located in Walla Walla, Washington. They play in the West Coast League, a collegiate summer baseball league. Walla calls Borleske Stadium home which has a capacity of 2.378 spectators.


Wenatchee AppleSox

The Wenatchee AppleSox is a collegiate summer baseball team playing in the West Coast Leagues North Division. The team is based in Wenatchee, Washington. The team was established in 2000 by owner Jim Corcoran and has played its home games at Paul ...


Wenatchee Wild

The Wenatchee Wild is a Junior A ice hockey team in the British Columbia Hockey League. The team plays its home games at the 4.300-seat Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee, Washington. Initially, the team was part of the North American Hockey League, ...


Washington State Route 823

State Route 823 is a state highway in Yakima County, Washington, United States. It runs for 5.6 miles from an interchange with U.S. Route 12 and through the city of Selah to a junction with SR 821. The highway intersects and runs in the median of ...


Roman Catholic Diocese of Yakima


People from Coulee Dam, Washington


People from Friday Harbor, Washington


People from Waterville, Washington


Towns in Adams County, Washington


Towns in Clark County, Washington


Towns in Columbia County, Washington


Towns in Douglas County, Washington


Towns in Grant County, Washington


Towns in Island County, Washington


Towns in King County, Washington


Towns in Kittitas County, Washington


Towns in Lewis County, Washington


Towns in Lincoln County, Washington


Towns in Okanogan County, Washington


Towns in Pend Oreille County, Washington


Towns in Pierce County, Washington


Towns in San Juan County, Washington

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