The fence left of the train separates the Key from the SP's downtown Berkeley Station.
Posted by Guest on Fri 15 Jul 2005 05:57:57 AM GMT
Former IER tracks. Building on a gore of land that was once SP's downtown Berkeley station.
Posted by Guest on Fri 15 Jul 2005 05:51:50 AM GMT
Check out the Painless Parker signs. Dentists were not allowed to advertise, so he had his first name legally changed to "Painless".
Posted by Guest on Fri 15 Jul 2005 05:32:51 AM GMT
Thank you very much for the fine pix.I was stationed,at T.I.Electronics school,and visited friends in El Cerrito,as well as going over to S.F.Enjoyed the Bay Area,remember it well,even better thanks to your wonderfull site.Bob(NYC)
Posted by Guest on Tue 12 Jul 2005 02:30:29 AM GMT
What modifications were made to the overhead wire on East 14th Street to except pantographs in the 1940s.
Posted by Guest on Sun 03 Jul 2005 03:00:30 PM GMT
"Key Route Ken"
The photo says: "June-1959"... But I see the old Emeryville Shops in the 'right-background' and I thought those were demolished in 1957.
Maybe STASH remembers !
Posted by Guest on Sun 03 Jul 2005 02:31:51 PM GMT
Spire on building in background is part of the Peralta Park Hotel. St. Mary's College High Schooi is on that site now.
Posted by Guest on Sun 12 Jun 2005 10:41:04 PM GMT
This is at Fruitvale looking south on East 14th. The New Fruitvale Theater is visible in the distance.
Posted by Guest on Sat 28 May 2005 11:38:33 PM GMT
Rode my bike down there. Two of the units in the line were the 129 and the 145.
Posted by Gallery Administrator on Sun 08 May 2005 05:39:04 AM GMT
More likely a primitive way to warn motorists of the platform that juts into the roadway. The lights were probably red.
Posted by Guest on Wed 27 Apr 2005 11:34:45 PM GMT