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Revision as of 16:34, 30 September 2013

Unfinished History

Transit1$sp-railroad-in-mission-c-1920.jpg

Southern Pacific's San Jose Railroad chugging through the Mission District, c. 1920
Photo: Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA

Rr-in-noe-valley-towards-bernal-cut 3014.jpg

Railroad right of way visibly curving through lower Noe Valley (part of which has been affectionately dubbed "La Lengua" by blogger Burrito Justice) in this early 1940s aerial image.

Photo: San Francisco Planning Department

Train on bridge near Dolores 1908 AAB-3476.jpg

Train on bridge near Dolores Street, 1908.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

Railroad passing Bernal Cut 1908 AAA-9900.jpg

Railroad passing Bernal Cut, 1908.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library


Carbarn-and-trolley-on-Mission-near-29th-1937.jpg

United Railroads carbarn and trolley on Mission near 29th Street, 1937.'

Photo: private collector, San Francisco


21st-and-Harrison-SP-train-1905-AAA-9981.jpg

Southern Pacific train running on Harrison Street near 21st, 1905.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library

Transit1$29th-dolores-c-1902.jpg

29th & Dolores Sts., apx. 1902, railroad bridge in background.

Photo: Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA

1873 SFSJ RR missiondist rumsey.jpg

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



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