Scene in Edmonds: History tour

My Edmonds News photographer Larry Vogel found himself on the opposite end of the camera lens Thursday morning as we sent intern Olivia Fuller to capture an Edmonds history walk that Vogel led for the Edmonds Senior Center — just in time for the 125th anniversary celebration of the city’s founding.

Vogel leads a group of 15 Edmonds Senior Center members on the Edmonds waterfront.
Vogel leads a group of 15 Edmonds Senior Center members along the Edmonds waterfront.
Vogel describes the shingle mills that once lined the Edmonds shoreline and drove the city's economy.
Vogel describes the shingle mills that once lined the Edmonds shoreline and drove the city’s economy.
Vogel explains that the southern most section of Main Street used to be known as the "wharf district" and would cater to the mill workers at the time.
Vogel explains that the southern-most section of Main Street used to be known as the “wharf district” and would cater to the mill workers at the time.

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