Bernal Cut

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Image:Train passing through Bernal Cut nd AAA-9904.jpg

Train passing through Bernal Cut near Milton Street, 1905.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

Image:Looking south in Bernal Cut near Charles Street 1905 AAB-8697.jpg

Looking south in Bernal Cut near Charles Street, 1905.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

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Railroad passing Bernal Cut, 1908.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

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Looking south through the Bernal Cut, pre-1929.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

Image:Widening Bernal Cut 1929 AAB-6752.jpg

Widening the Bernal Cut to make it a car route too, 1929.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

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Bernal Cut at Richland Avenue overpass, October 18, 1929.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

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Bernal Cut, Richland Avenue, Miguel Street Bridge and Highland Avenue Bridge, October 18, 1929.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

Image:Bernal Cut looking from Rousseau street April 1930 AAA-9905.jpg

Bernal Cut looking north from Rousseau Street, April 1930.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

Image:Bernal cut hazardous roadway w 3 kids 1942 AAA-9927.jpg

Three children wander hazardously along the Bernal Cut, c. 1942.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

video composite by Cabrarojo, hat-tip to Burrito Justice

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The actual route of the San Francisco-San Jose Railroad through Noe Valley - 1873 - (David Rumsey Collection)

Railroad right of way visibly curving through lower Noe Valley in this early 1940s aerial image.

Photo: San Francisco Planning Department


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