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Originally published July 11, 2014 at 12:07 PM | Page modified July 11, 2014 at 1:16 PM

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Map: 15 surviving bowling alleys in the Seattle area

Several bowling alleys have closed recently in the Seattle area, leaving just 15 open to the public in the Greater Seattle Area, according to the Seattle association of the U.S. Bowling Congress. The USBC defines Greater Seattle as south of 196th Street in Snohomish County, north of 320th in Federal Way, west to the water and east to the edge of King County.

Click on the locations to find out more.

Related story: There are fewer lanes now, but we're still bowling

Sources: Seattle association of the U.S. Bowling Congress

Reporting by The Seattle Times; map by Garland Potts / The Seattle Times

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