Signs of Life in the Outer Richmond

I hadn’t realized the concentration of businesses on this stretch of Balboa until I saw this giant sign:

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2 Responses to “Signs of Life in the Outer Richmond”

  1. Justin says:

    In some strange way, all the wires and utility poles are now almost unique to San Francisco and their ugliness is part of their charm. While other cities long ago put their utilities underground in the 60s and 70s, San Francisco still clings to its “historic” past.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Oh, yeah, I didn’t even notice the wires.

    Have you seen this one?
    http://sfcitizen.com/blog/2014/11/10/the-beautiful-overhead-wires-of-the-inner-sunset-wires-are-energy-communication-transportation-wires-are-life/

    I don’t mind wires. But there are some rich people in Russian Hill trying to get us to pay for “undergrounding” everything, including “ugly” MUNI power poles, oh well..

    These few blocks were bustling when I passed through, compared to what I was expecting.

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