When one thinks of San Francisco’s Sunset District, the image of fog, cold salty winds, and sand dunes comes to mind. People have aptly developed their perceptions of this part of San Francisco. While it might be sunny and warm in the Mission District, the Sunset often shivers under a blanket of fog with a biting wind off the ocean and a temperature fifteen degrees lower.
[caption id="attachment_7868" align="alignleft" width="770"] Streetcar Track Construction at Lincoln Way and 36th Avenue Looking West | December 1, 1931[/caption]
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