Seattle, Washington: Late for the Interurban
A counterpart to "Waiting for the Interurban" - about 250 feet to the west - celebrates the 50th anniversary of Seattle's J.P. Patches clown show for kids.
- N 34th St., Seattle, WA
- Corner of Fremont Avenue North and North 34th Street in the Fremont district of Seattle.
Late for the Interurban
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Seattle children's show icon J.P. and Gertrude appear immortalized in bronze on the corner of Fremont Avenue North and North 34th Street in the Fremont section of Seattle.
The statue, a counterpart to "Waiting for the Interurban" - about 250 feet to the west - was installed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the J.P. Patches show.
The statue is called "Late for the Interurban" by sculptor Kevin Pettelle.
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