as this is a ferry route, there are no mileposts available, so just enjoy the photos.
For ferry information, itâ€™s hard to beat this website, and I encourage you to use it for your ferry information needs. My journey this time took me on the M/V Tacoma, and here is that website’s page on said vessel.
The M/V Tacoma pulls away from the Colman Dock and downtown Seattle
A view of the Space Needle as we pull away
AboutÂ halfway through our journey we pass the M/V Wenatchee, headed back into Seattle from Bainbridge
We pull into the Bainbridge Terminal, right next to WSF’s Eagle Harbor maintenance facility.The retired M/V Klickitat is parked on this dock and the rest of the retired Steel Electrics are over on the left
The M/V Klickitat, once the poster child of Washington State Ferries, sits tied up, never to carry passengers again. She’s a beautiful vessel
The car ramp pulls down as we head off the ferry
The other steel electrics, permanently tied up. The back left is the M/V Quinault, center is the M/V Illahee, and in the back right is the M/V Nisqually, a ferry actually ridden as part of this project.