The Pike Street Wharf and coal bunkers above the roof crest of a small warehouse build on pilings near the foot of Columbia Street. The wreck of a schooner is the Winward, which is famous for being still there, buried beneath Western Avenue near Columbia. This view dates from 1876. In two years more the Pike Pier was abandoned for a new coal wharf off of King Street. It’s connection to the coal fields of Renton, and Newcastle was more direct around the south end of Lake Washington.