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  1. If I remember correctly, they didn’t have to tear it down as much as keep it from falling down of its own accord. It was definitely dangerous…structurally shot and a firetrap to boot. But they could’ve replaced it with something similar at the time, and the historic fleet would’ve been a lot better off for the past 25 years.

  2. What a time-trip! I first started visiting MuniLand in 1967, so the video was quite a journey to nostalgia. I think by then Muni had started using GM diesel busses, but the photographer managed to miss them. He did catch some of the many attractive women of The City in addition to the transit operations. I spotted some “things that aren’t there anymore”, such as the Phelan Loop, the original West Portal and the East Bay Terminal loop (as well as the Geneva Barn).
    Bob Davis
    San Gabriel CA

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