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on Apr 4, 2008
Using the old train depot as a visitor center/coffee shop makes sense. It's convenient, easy to find, and charming. Down the other end of Castro Street at the Wells Fargo parking lot (how welcoming is that?) there is a petite building that distributes literature, maps and public transit info. However, it's not noticeable, inconvenient and it looks like it's a temporary building. Yuk!
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