Transamerica Pyramid


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Published: April 20th 2009
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On my walk from Union Square through Chinatown and up and beyond the Transamerica Pyramid, I took a few photos. It is a pretty distinctive building.


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Close Fly By

Took this very near the intersection of Sacramento and Stockton. Wished I would have gotten the camera ready before the plane flew beyond the building as it looked even closer when it was seen on the right side of the building. The plane must have departed SFO I imagine.
Still hauling stuff the old fashioned wayStill hauling stuff the old fashioned way
Still hauling stuff the old fashioned way

Here, I am on the border with Chinatown I believe. I think she has room for a couple more bags of stuff.
On the Barbary Coast TrailOn the Barbary Coast Trail
On the Barbary Coast Trail

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Lobby

Ever since 11 Sep 2001, this is all the further into the building you can get as a member of the general public. It looked like there were at least three separate entrance areas like this to the building.
Look straight upLook straight up
Look straight up

Can you see the top of the building from here? Yeah, me neither.
Streets of San FranciscoStreets of San Francisco
Streets of San Francisco

This taken just a little North of the Transamerica Pyramid building. This street is on the same grade as stairs. Might be a great workout just trying to ride a bike to the top of this section.
A bit North nowA bit North now
A bit North now

Of the building that is.
Corner of Vallejo and MontgomeryCorner of Vallejo and Montgomery
Corner of Vallejo and Montgomery

This section of street has been converted into a garden with steps and things. It is a short but scenic trip up those stairs.


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