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Many. The answer is many.

In answer to the other question I know you have: They were originally US Navy A4 Skyhawks, sourced from "the boneyards of Arizona," as Sound Transit art-program manager Barbara Luecke put it. The artist is Mike Ross.

The mayor and the county exec were walking around under them during yesterday's tour of the almost-complete Capitol Hill light rail station.