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From a bus barn to a watering hole | Muk Revisited


Last updated 4/21/2021 at 11:33am

David Pan

The site where the Diamond Knot Brewery and Alehouse is currently located has a rich history of diverse businesses.

Over the years, the Front Street building we now know as the Diamond Knot Brewery and Alehouse has been home to quite a variety of uses.

It was built around 1942 as a storage and embarkation point for buses going from Mukilteo to Everett. Prior to that time, men such as Edwin J. Schlotman, B. W. Nelson, and Robert B. Shelton had operated horse-drawn stage and bus service between Mukilteo and Everett. In 1946, Russell Edgerton took over the business from Robert Shelton and established his motorized Mukilteo-Everett Bus Line headquarters in the building.

Russell Edgerton was born in the Midw...

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