Seattle, Washington: Berlin Wall Slab

Wall slab pays tribute to Boeing's role in the 1948 Berlin Airlift, although the Berlin Wall wasn't built until 1961.
Address:
785-877 N. 34th St., Seattle, WA
Directions:
On the north side of N. 34th St. just west of the WA-99/Aurora Ave. bridge.
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Berlin Wall.

Piece of the Berlin Wall

Under the WA-99 bridge, at the bottom of the hill below the Fremont Troll, in a small park next to a nice cafe, is a narrow chunk of the Berlin Wall placed there to commemorate the role of Boeing/Seattle in the 1948 Berlin Airlift.

[Kjfitz, 07/22/2019]

The Berlin Airlift took place a dozen years before the Berlin Wall was built, but, you know, close enough.

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