Georgetown's industrial past
Did you realize that trains used to rumble down K Street in Georgetown? How about the fact that a pork-rendering plant stunk up the neighborhood well into the 1970s? Yes, Georgetown has a vibrant industrial past. But all that's left are a few old warehouses and factories long since converted to nonindustrial uses. We also have photos and, better yet, memories. Read here for the first of my series diving into Georgetown's industrial past.
| July 28, 2010; 4:45 PM ET
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