The viaduct is gone. It was an above ground freeway along the Seattle Waterfront that was opened in 1953. It closed last month after 66 years. There was opposition to it from the beginning as many thought it separated downtown from the water. The other side thought it a beautiful way to see downtown and the Puget Sound as you drove on it. Earthquake risks finally decided its fate. A tunnel has replaced it. I was born in 1951. My infrastructure is aging, I am still viable, and perhaps good for many more years to come. There was a celebration at the closing and opening of the two projects. A Walk/Run and of course the normal speeches at the event. I shot the event with the Nikon FM2 and Nikkor 50mm 1:2 Lens. I pushed HP5+ two stops and developed it in HC-110(1:15) for 5 minutes, 30 seconds.