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STart Art Guide -- Ops & Maintenance
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STart Art Guide -- Ops & Maintenance

Airport Way and Forest Street, Seattle

R-ail by Western Neon, on display at the Operations and Maintenance Facility.

R-ail by Western Neon - located on the building facade

The iconic "R" from the Rainier Brewery plant that once stood at Forest Street and Airport Way was salvaged and now finds new life on the light rail maintenance facility building. (Rainier R used with permission.)

Safety Spires by Dan Corson and Norie Sato, on display at the Operations and Maintenance Facility.

Safety Spires, by Dan Corson and Norie Sato - located at the train yard

Taking advantage of the need for over 100 power poles at the maintenance facility, the artists brought this system element to the forefront through color and sculptural attachments, transforming the poles into a collection of horsetail reeds.

Eat, Drink and Be Merry by Ries Niemi, on display at the Operations and Maintenance Facility.

Eat, Drink and Be Merry by Ries Niemi – located at Forest Street and Airport Way

A trio of tensile steel sculptures was inspired by shopping, dining and entertainment in the downtown retail core. Because of University Link construction, the artwork was relocated to the Link Operations and Maintenance Facility in SoDo.