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Jun 07

San Luis Obispo train station in the early morning, waiting for the Lark

San Luis Obispo train station in the early hours of Feb. 20, 1968. Few customers for the Lark, a Southern Pacific overnight between San Francsico and San Luis Obispo. ©The Tribune/Jim Vestal

San Luis Obispo train station in the early hours of Feb. 20, 1968. Few customers for the Lark, a Southern Pacific overnight between San Francsico and San Luis Obispo.
©The Tribune/Jim Vestal


Waiting for the Lark.

It takes a lot of time to match up photos and articles from the file, and some weeks I don’t have a lot of time. I want to keep the blog fresh with new images and often some would be fun to share don’t need a lot of extra writing.
I discovered early on in the process of creating this forum that people wanted more information and republishing images without the articles was not fair to readers.
I will still try to write a few articles a week but some are going to be long captions and hopefully everyone will find that satisfactory.
Let me know.

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  5. Early days of the San Luis Obispo post office