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.
Address:
N 34th St., Seattle, WA
Directions:
Corner of Fremont Avenue North and North 34th Street in the Fremont district of Seattle.
Admission:
Free.
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Late for the Interurban. Late for the Interurban

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.

[Desslok, 05/29/2009]

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