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MUCH BETTER LARGE.
Many thanks to Debrah Leonard for spotlighting this.
A break from wrapping up the June images: A few shots of San Francisco's Transbay Terminal, which had been in operation since 1939, closed permanently on August 7.
From Wikipedia: The Transbay Terminal was a transportation complex that served long-distance buses and transbay buses from San Francisco north to Marin County, east to the East Bay, and south to San Mateo County. It was originally built as the San Francisco terminus for the electric commuter trains of the Southern Pacific, the Key System and the Sacramento Northern railroads which ran on the south side of the lower deck of the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge. The SP and Sacramento Northern trains ceased service across the Bay in 1941. The Key trains ran until April 1958 after which the tracks were removed from the terminal and replaced with pavement for use primarily by the buses of the publicly-owned successor of the Key System, AC Transit.
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