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Emmanuel Baptist Church (03/07/2002) The snow enhances the angles in this view of of suburban Pullman.
in the Fog (03/07/2002)
Cougar Plaza (03/07/2002) A dusting of snow in Cougar Plaza.
Pullman Library (03/07/2002)
Park Benches (03/07/2002) This small square tucked between the buildings and bridges in town offers visitors a good place for a snack or rest...in the summer that is.
Train Station (03/07/2002) Named after George Pullman, the Pullman train station has been converted into a real estate agency.
Palouse (03/07/2002) A bridge on the Palouse river in Pullman.
Waiting Departure (03/07/2002) Celebrating the town's heritage, a train awaits departure.
Bridge (03/07/2002) One of the train bridges over the Palouse River.
Downtown (03/07/2002) Pullman has a small, relatively modern downtown.
Corner Building (03/07/2002) A triangular building in downtown. The designers of the town seem to have a good eye for shapes and angles.
The Daily News Building (03/07/2002)
Clubhouse (03/07/2002) This tightly designed building houses two clubs. You access the different clubs from different street levels.
Downtown (03/07/2002) From downtown, looking toward WSU.
Corner Building (03/07/2002)
Daily News (03/07/2002)
Palouse Walkway (03/07/2002)
Pizza Pipeline (03/07/2002)
(8 pictures) Pullman was built in the Palouse valley, where three tributaries of the Palouse meet.
Washington State University
(60 pictures) Pullman is home of the Washington State Cougars.
(35 pictures) Moscow, Idaho is 10 miles to the east of Pullman
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