The Southern Pacific once operated no less than 23 short industrial spurs in a small corner of San Francisco called Bayview. Today, only one spur remains, though unused -- street-trackage in Egbert Avenue. One can still see the ghosts of the former spurs if only by observing the shapes and countours of nearby building afforded by satellite imagery. Photo by Andrew Laverdiere, 11/29/2008.
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