This is a blue form growing next to a green form on the campus of Portland State.
Certainly one of my all time favorite trees, the weeping giant sequoia.
The tree is known in the UK as Wellingtonia or the Wellington tree. But that name was rejected as it had been used for another unrelated species. The trees are very common in the UK and some magnificent trees can be seen at some of the largest estates. They would be planted in rows creating a "Wellington Avenue".
Sequoia sempervirens maybe, at times you might find some branches on the ground after a storm that show awl-like leaves but most of the leaves are needle-like, Cryptomeria japonica has awl-shaped leaves as well as a small cone with peltate scales.
621 Bay In back behind the house, next to a Coast Redwood.
202 Central Ave, at the intersection of Fairview Ave. Two large specimens.
1420 King St
1251 7th Ave. or in the vacant lot next door