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Shoreline is located in the state of Washington and is a city in King County that is situated in the Seattle and Snohomish County city limits. The area where the present-day Shoreline was inhabited by the Duwamish Native Americans who were in the site for at least 4,000 years before the European settlers arrived and permanently settled in the area and started plotting Richmond Beach as a neighborhood, and in 1890, the Great Northern Railway arrived in the site after much anticipation. Shoreline was connected to Seattle after 20 years through the Seattle-Everett Interurban streetcar line and the North Trunk Road that helped in the city's increase of its population.