Prarie Line Trail

What is the Prairie Line Trail? A mile-long park filled with art and history, the Prairie Line Trail was created by the City of Tacoma along the tracks of the retired Prairie Line. It links our waterfront, downtown, University, and Brewery Districts. In short, it’s Tacoma’s story in 5,280 feet. Signed into being by Abraham Lincoln, built with the toil of immigrants, on land stolen from the S’puyaləpabš (Puyallup Tribe), the Prairie Line has stories to tell. This stretch of track is the western end of the Northern Pacific Railroad. It’s also where ideas, cultures, people, and technologies collided to make the Tacoma of today.

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