Outside Lands Podcast Episode 171: Carzonia Apartments

A quirky row of apartments made of cable cars were created In the Richmond District after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire.
Outside Lands San Francisco - Apr 30, 2016

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 171: Carzonia Apartments Outside Lands Podcast Episode 171: Carzonia Apartments

pictured:Carzonia Apartments, Jan 20, 1907

Ten cable car apartment were built on the narrow strip separating California and Cornwall streets at Fifth Avenue after the 1906 earthquake.
S.A. Minnich /SFPL (Courtesy of a Private Collector)

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