Here is a photo that appears to have been shot from the Embarcadero Freeway, still under construction at that time. An eastbound "A" train is rolling toward Rincon Hill in San Francisco. Then it will curve onto the Bay Bridge's lower deck for a run to 12th & Oak Streets in downtown Oakland. The span had two-way automobile traffic on the upper deck in those days; lower deck was for the railroad and three truck-bus lanes. On borrowed time, the Key trains had just over one year left when the picture was taken. San Francisco-bound trains took the two tracks that diverge to the right to make a terminal loop. The City's skyline has changed a lot over the years; skyscrapers were not as tall then.