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1906 Trip Down Market Street film narrated by 60 Minutes interviewee

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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2010

"60 Minutes" interviewed the writer and narrator of this clip for its October 17, 2010 story about this wondrous 1906 film. When you hear the social, political and transportation insights of 4th generation San Franciscan Rick Laubscher, president of non-profit preservation group Market Street Railway, the film takes on another dimension. The entire narrated 12-minute film is available for free viewing at the San Francisco Railway Museum, 77 Steuart Street, open 10-6 except Mondays. It is also available to purchase, in a very high quality video transfer, at the museum or online at www.streetcar.org/store. All proceeds help preserve historic transit in San Francisco.

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