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Snow last night and bright sun today! This is a typical Seattle scene: a ship on Elliott Bay, the Olympics and Bainbridge Island in the distance, the International District in the foreground, and the King Street Station clock tower. But you'll notice the shrouded clock tower roof is finally being refurbished after years of serving as a repository of multiple unsightly antennae and receivers. It should improve an already great view. The main station roof has already been retiled, and the once beautiful station interior will begin seismic upgrades and a restoration this spring. I love this station and look forward to seeing its new and sparkley version. I've shown you the station before here, here, here, and here.