Space Needle Views
At Seattle Center, Broad St @ 5th Ave N
Seattle's 605-foot tall Space Needle, built for the 1962 World's Fair, is a popular destination and even more popular as the subject of many visitors' photographs. Quite a few visitors take the 41 second ride to the top for views of Seattle, the Cascades, the Olympic Mountains and - on a clear day - Mt. Rainier.
The photos here showcase some of the views from atop the Space Needle.
View of Downtown Seattle and Mt. Rainier (Z06A0004)
On a clear day, visitors can see Mt. Rainier 55 miles away.
View of Seattle Harbor (Z06A0005)
The island shown in the distant right of the photo is Harbor Island, the largest manmade island in the world when it was created in 1909.
View of Elliot Bay (Z04A0026)
View of Lake Union and Distant Mt. Baker (Z06A0006)
Mt. Baker is visible in the distant left. The University of Washington is located at the opposite end of Lake Union.
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