Thursday, May 28, 2009


When the Northern Pacific Railway bypassed Yakima City in 1884 at its original location which is now Union Gap, more than 100 buildings were moved on rollers to be closer to the railroad terminus. Though this does not date back that far, it is an example of an early business still functioning in its old building.

1 comment:

PERBS said...

I used to know a lot about the town I grew up in but have forgotten much now. Nice that you have such good memory.