Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Somewhere in Time

Somewhere In Time Unlimited is a Seattle-based society that sponsors social events for people to dress in vintage clothing. There are several formal events per year and dozens of informal opportunities.
And what better than Santa Train held at the Victorian-era and Queen Anne-styled Snoqualmie Depot to display 19th Century finery? Saturday, November 29, 2008 was an opportunity for Judy L. and Mikaela H. and dozens of others to try out their brand new handmade Victorian-style clothing. They traveled by train from North Bend, visited with Santa and enjoyed refreshments from the railway kitchen car. They paused on the platform of the White River Lumber caboose 001 for a photo.

1 comment:

SITUSeattle said...

This is a lovely example of a vintage "family" sort of outing! Love what Somewhere in Time, Unlimited (www.CostumingInSeattle.com) of Seattle does to involve multiple family members in various eras. Glad they were able to participate in such a delightful day!!!