…a bit, since 1937, when this photo was taken of what would eventually become Fremont Occasional Woodworks. The building by then, was already 24 years old. It was built in 1913 as a theater, well outside of Seattle, on the wrong side of town, on the only road out of town going north. It was charitably called a “Vaudeville” theater, but given its location at that time, I think it was something a bit bawdier. Since then, it has been a garage more than once, a laundry or dry cleaner outlet, a white water rafting rental shop, and now a wood shop.
Here’s a recent Google Street View photo.
I’m working on still more changes for the future. Stop by and see what’s new.