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(New page: Highway 99 is the North South highway also know as Aurora within the Seattle city limits. The highway used to be an interstate road which spanned from Canada all the way down to Mexico.)
 
 
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Highway 99 is the North South highway also know as Aurora within the Seattle city limits. The highway used to be an interstate road which spanned from Canada all the way down to Mexico.
 
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Seattle North is part of the Seattle District.  It is officially located on the historic Highway 99, the North-South highway also known as Aurora Avenue within the Seattle city limits. The highway used to be an interstate road which spanned from Canada all the way down to Mexico.  Old historic motels that were once part of U.S. Route 99 are still visible today on Aurora Avenue, which became State Route 99 after the U.S. Highway was decommissioned in Washington. 

Latest revision as of 18:10, 5 December 2014


Seattle North is part of the Seattle District.  It is officially located on the historic Highway 99, the North-South highway also known as Aurora Avenue within the Seattle city limits. The highway used to be an interstate road which spanned from Canada all the way down to Mexico.  Old historic motels that were once part of U.S. Route 99 are still visible today on Aurora Avenue, which became State Route 99 after the U.S. Highway was decommissioned in Washington.