Restored film of San Francisco's Market Street version of a film shot on April 14, 1906, four days before the Great Earthquake,
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The original 13-minute film is A Trip Down Market Street, which was shot and produced by the Miles Brothers. It was preserved in the Library of Congress and Prelinger Archives, and in 2018, Adrianne Finelli digitized and uploaded the footage for the Internet Archive. Now in 2020, Denis Shiryaev restored, upscaled and colorized the film. Shiryaev’s channel has even more restored footage, so check it out if you’re interested.
Opened as the Granada Theatre on November 17, 1921 by Publix Theaters Corporation, with an operating staff of 122 people, this opulent, Andalusian-style movie palace later became part of the Fox West Coast Theatres chain. On January 31, 1931, it returned to the Publix fold and was renamed the Paramount Theatre. In addition to its opulent interior, the Paramount Theatre also contained a 4 manual, 32 rank Wulitzer.
The Paramount Theatre was about half a block away from the Golden Gate Theatre and Warfield Theatre and you can still see the outline of this now-demolished theater in the facade of the adjacent building.
Sorry about the shaky cam. And my cellphone camera is obviously not high quality.
Fountain beside Hampton Inn & Suite (facing Church Avenue):
Looking north up Market Street:
The Roanoke Times:
A Banksyesque painting in front of Wok-ology on the corner of Campbell Avenue and Jefferson Street.
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sitting in a yellow streetcar by birdsongPics/BACKinSEPTEMBER
San Franciscos yellow streetcars from the muni f-line offers a nice color accent in the market street, downtown San Francisco. We sat a lot in this historical vehicle in order to travel from castro to downtown. Picture taken with my Fujifilm X-T1.