The Line - Seward's Historic Red-Light District

In front of you stand a row of cottonwoods, located along the former “Alley B”, Seward’s notorious red-light district known as The Line. During its WWII heyday, with 5,000 G.I.s stationed in Seward, 21 little houses were located in this alley, owned and operated by local businesswomen. The Line closed down in the mid-1950’s. Turn right on 3rd and proceed up the hill a short way.

Getting There

Latitude: 60.101275
Longitude: -149.442742
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