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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 349: Cutting Through Golden Gate Park - Part 1

Nineteenth Avenue began its transformation from a residential street into six lane highway in the 1930s. Learn about the driving forces behind the expansion.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Oct 19, 2019

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 349: Cutting Through Golden Gate Park - Part 1 Outside Lands Podcast Episode 349: Cutting Through Golden Gate Park - Part 1

(above) 19th & Lincoln Way., circa 1935

Looking south towards Golden Gate Heights. Breon Gate just visible on the right. There's still a gas station on that southeast corner. Birdcage traffic signals.

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