Can’t visit the Georgetown Steam Plant in person? Do you’ve lingering questions or want to discover at your individual tempo? Welcome to a sequence of videos made to serve as a digital tour of this iconic National Historic Landmark in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. Nothing can replace experiencing the steam plant in person, however we hope you get pleasure from the knowledge offered and make plans to go to soon. Seattle City Light thanks filmmakers Angela Bernardoni and Derek Johnson for their special dedication to this mission and in addition to the great volunteer docents for generously sharing their data and time. This video sequence is made potential by donations given by guests of the Georgetown Steam Plant. View the sequence from the beginning within the video player under, or click on a thumbnail to jump to a selected video. Get introduced to the Georgetown Steam Plant and study extra about its historic significance. Join regular tour information and City Light Sr. Resource Planner Mike Aronowitz for an attention-grabbing overview normally offered in the beginning of every tour, including historical past of a quick-rising Seattle in the early twentieth century, the revolutionary structure and building of the constructing, and the function its builder and designer performed as a pioneer of time and motion research in America. Normally the last stop of our in-person tours, this video places you in the center of the action, the Boiler Room, positioned upstairs and across a cat walk inside the steam plant. Volunteer docent Mike F. explains the various interacting components and the fuel systems that fired the plant to create vitality. Set in opposition to a bank of west facing windows, two monuments to innovation loom massive; these are two of the one Curtis Vertical Steam Turbines left in place on this planet.