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Ronald Coleman

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  1. According to the internet, the steepest part of two streets in Pullman, Washington, in 1913, were paved with brick to provide traction for both horses and automobiles, especially during the winter.
  2. I lived in The Heights from birth in 1945 until I went into the USAF in 1966. I can assure you that the tracks were not removed. They were still there when the Boulevard was paved over in the 1950's.
  3. Yes, although paved over with the brick, they are still there.
  4. I remember the original brick Boulevard from the late 40's and early 50's. It was beautiful. When it was paved over in the 50's, both the brick and the trolley tracks were covered.
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