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Photos reveal a time Southern Pacific Railroad crossed over palm-lined Dolores Street

Several years ago, I came across a photo of a railroad trestle over San Francisco's palm lined Dolores Street at 27th Street. This is the same street that is home to the historic Mission Dolores and many stately Victorians. It was posted on an online auction site. Regretfully, I didn't purchase it. But, I wondered when it was built, where it lead to, and when it disappeared.
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