A closed ramp near the Fremont Street exit from I-80 in San Francisco. I suspect this was once functioning as part of the Transbay terminal and Embarcadero Freeway, both of which have been demolished. I would consider this ramp a Thomasson, except that I think it might be used by construction vehicles.
This was taken with the Hipstamatic app on the iPhone during a midday walk. I still try to make time during my busy workday for such walks when I can.
Great capture! Happy WW. I played too. Mine are here and here.
Love the way that far off building pops! I imagine since the ’89 Loma Prieta there are a few leftovers?
very nice…calling for a skateboard…
I like the contrast in this — old/new, light/dark. You’re linky isn’t showing up for me.
Your link tool isn’t open….
I can hear the boooom when somebody ran too far !
Sorry about the Linky tool. It’s been corrected now.
Wow, that’s a cool shot! What’s at the top of it?
Very cool picture!!
Its a compelling shot. Where does this lead? 🙂 Happy WW
Great shot – funny how there are ramps and bridges that go nowhere!
Nothing like a walk and a short break from work. This really doesn’t look like it goes nowhere. It looks as if it’s heading right into town.
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