After checking out our neighborhoods and some cool landmarks on Old S.F., we found a couple shots from 1929 of the building where the Wired offices are now located. That’s us in the tallest building on the right. It looks pretty much the same then as it does now. No more trains on the road, but the building across the street is still there as well.
Old S.F. geographically arranges historic photos of San Francisco so that you can see what each block and street corner looked like during a certain time period.
If you live, or have ever lived, in San Francisco, this site is a time suck. The New York Times did a great write-up about Old S.F. last month.
We’ve taken a photo from the same perspective so everyone can enjoy this bit of history.