A train hauling coal to British Columbia heads north out of downtown Seattle and in view of the Space Needle. The Seattle City Council was among the cities that passed a resolution opposing the development of coal-export terminals in Washington state over concerns about increased train traffic and potential harm to health and the environment.
A train hauling coal to British Columbia heads north out of downtown Seattle and in view of the Space Needle. The Seattle City Council was among the cities that passed a resolution opposing the development of coal-export terminals in Washington state over concerns about increased train traffic and potential harm to health and the environment. Elaine Thompson Associated Press file, 2012
A train hauling coal to British Columbia heads north out of downtown Seattle and in view of the Space Needle. The Seattle City Council was among the cities that passed a resolution opposing the development of coal-export terminals in Washington state over concerns about increased train traffic and potential harm to health and the environment. Elaine Thompson Associated Press file, 2012

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