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Pier 57, Ferris wheel construction, Seattle, WA
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I couldn’t get any closer to get a side angle view because the Ferris wheel is in the last days of construction. With a diameter of 175 feet and carrying 42 gondolas the new Seattle Pier57 Ferris wheel on Pier 57 will lift riders 200 feet into the sky. The sealed gondolas will be heated and air conditioned so riders can view the city and Puget Sound no matter what the weather. The Ferris wheel will carry thousands of LED lights to sparkle in the night sky. The structure will be a permanent feature on the Seattle waterfront and will be open year round. In just over two weeks it will open on June 28 and adult tickets are slated to be $13.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Resolution: 11776x5888
Taken: 11/06/2012
Uploaded: 19/06/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: ferris wheel; seattle; washington; pier 57; gondolas; puget sound; waterfront
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