Here the Seattle Lake Shore and Eastern spur is shown concluding at the railroad’s coal bunkers, which probably did not amount to as much as the map suggests. There is as yet no glass factory. Later the factory’s builders no doubt chose the site not only for the sand they believe was suitable for making glass but also for the railroad spur that made building the plant much easier and also promised to be ready to help deliver their dreamed of bottles and such.

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