Gas Works Park was converted from a gasification plant to a public park, and opened in 1975. The park contains remnants of the sole remaining coal gasification plant in the US. Some of the old plant stands only as ruins, while other pieces have been reconditioned and incorporated into functional structures within the park. Ranking among the strangest parks in the world, Seattle’s Gas Works Park is a truly unique destination.
Cast in metal with high-quality, soft enamel, finished with a rubber clutch. Measures 1.25" W x 1" H.
Designed by Transit Tees in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood.