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8 hours ago, Elpad said:

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Two, maybe three in a row?

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6 hours ago, Elpad said:

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A great shot of the cable car turn-around at Powell and Market in my home town.  I love the fact that the lady in the gray coat is already boarding the car, even though it has just barely made the turn to reverse direction and start up Powell Street.

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Is the 5th car, white car a Buick?

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13 hours ago, Elpad said:

Is the 5th car, white car a Buick?

 

Looks like a '49 to me.

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On 6/29/2020 at 9:51 PM, Elpad said:

Havana BC

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Cuba?

Puerto Rico?

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9 hours ago, Marty Roth said:

 

Cuba?

Puerto Rico?

All photos below the bridge junkyard are from Habana, Cuba. We 🇨🇺 in exile call this era BC or before Castro. Do not want to bring politics to the thread but if you see present condition of these street scene, you will see total destruction. Some people in this country must open their eyes and brains. Just saying.

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Marty, you made me look twice at the pictures and found this Particular folklore  character peeking to the camera behind the traffic police umbrella on the Woolworth building photo. The guy  with long hair always dressed in black along with a trench coat was a famous homeless that roamed the streets of Havana. Locals knew him by the name of “Caballero de Paris” (Paris Gentleman) who became a colloquial legend.

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On 6/29/2020 at 10:54 PM, Elpad said:

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I stand correctly, this photo is from  what we call “Little Havana” in Miami, Fl. The name of the theater gave it away.

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40 minutes ago, Elpad said:

All photos below the bridge junkyard are from Habana, Cuba. We 🇨🇺 in exile call this era BC or before Castro. Do not want to bring politics to the thread but if you see present condition of these street scene, you will see total destruction. Some people in this country must open their eyes and brains. Just saying.

At the present.

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