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San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir

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San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir
San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir

Shortly after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the fire that followed, the Western Pacific Railroad purchased the property at 801 Brannan Street and built two train depots. In early 2015, the depots were deconstructed for new development. Mission Bell is exclusively offering these old growth Douglas Fir structural timbers to architects, designers, general contractors, and clients to incorporate and preserve a part of San Francisco’s Railway history into their projects.

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San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir
San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir

Source: Train Depot at 801 Brannan St, San Francisco
Prior Use: Train Depot/Expo Center
Species: Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menaiesil)
Certified: FSC® Recycled 100%
(License code FSC-C003580)

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San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir
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San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir
San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir
San Francisco Train Depot Douglas Fir
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