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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Spanish style church.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Wooden houses.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Colourful tour van.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Bay window.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Ashbury is famous for its wooden houses.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 The houses have been rennovated due to gentrification.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Bay windows.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Decorated bay windows.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Haight is a bohemian road full of shops selling posters and clothes.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Peace and Love ice cream.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Row of shops.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Much of the culture is based on the Indian sub-continent.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Stickers for sale.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Clothes shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Shoppers.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 During the "Summer of Love" (1967), Jimi Hendrix and Janice Joplin busked in this area.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 The district has many references to 1967.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Tibetan shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Clothes shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Row of shops.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Record shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Street fair poster.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Row of shops.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Earthsong.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Liquor store.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Poster shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Hippy clothes.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Psychadelic t-shirt (Haight-Ashbury).
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Psychadelic t-shirt.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Stickers for sale.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Posters and t-shirts.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Haight-Ashbury
 Mural of Jerry Garcia, the guitarist of the Grateful Dead.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Cable car on a street leading to San Francisco Bay with a view of the prison island of Alcatraz.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Cable cars are powered by moving cables running below the rails.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Turntable for reversing cable cars.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Cable car about to be reversed on a turntable.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 The cable car turntable is pushed by hand.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 The Cable Car Museum.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 The museum is in the building that controls the four cable loops for the city's cable cars.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 The museum is a working site.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 The four cables that run the cars - Hyde, Califiornia, Bay and Powell.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 Diagram of the mueum building and its works.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 Diagram of the Grip that hold onto a moving cable to move the vehicle. The driver is called a Gripman.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 Diagram showing the workings of the Grip.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 Diagram of the four cables - Hyde, Califiornia, Bay and Powell.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 The moving cables are made of metal strands.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Cable Car Museum
 Diagram showing the cables at turnaround and switchback.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Castro is the centre of the city's gay and lesbian community.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Pastel coloured houses and a rainbow flag.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Street corner.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Street car.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Hilly street.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Bay windows.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Street scene.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 House with long extrance staircase.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 The main street in the Castro district.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 The main street is lined with plaques dedicated to important figures in gay history, like writer, Virginia Wolf.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Shop selling clothes.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Plaque for writer, Tennesee Williams.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Plaque for playwrite, Oscar Wild.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Sign for bookshop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Mexican grill.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Plaque for activist, James Baldwin.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Knobs.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Plaque for activist, Jane Adams.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Outfit clothes store.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Plaque for Federico Garcia Lorca who was killed by Fascists in Spain during the Civil War.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Castro
 Rainbow coloured crossing.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Government buildings in the centre.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Statue outside the Civic Centre.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 City Hall.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 The entrance to City Hall, the building where gay activist, Harvy Milk was assassinated.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Statue of Abraham Lincoln in the centre.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Symphony Hall.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 The Opera House.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Statue of Simon Bolivar.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Green space in the centre.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Public toilet.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 The Ferry Building.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 Commuter ferries terminate at the Ferry Building.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 The clock tower.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 The Ferry Building is like a European railway station with many shops.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 Wine merchant.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 Olive oil.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 Mushroom shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 Tea house.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Ferry Building
 Cheese shop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Trollybus.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 View of the Bay Bridge from the Ferry Building.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 The Bay Bridge.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Packed cable car.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
 Cable car stop.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 Wooden shops by the pier.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 Fish restaurant.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 Hyde Street Pier is a maritime museum of ships and boats.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 View of the city from the pier.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 View of the Golden Gate Bridge.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 View of the harbour.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 View of the harbour.
United States of America
California
San Francisco
Hyde Street Pier
 View of the prison island, Alcatraz.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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