Guest Blogger: N Judah At Day’s End

Today the N Judah Chronicles kicks off the first of several “Guest Blogger” posts. Today’s entry is the first of a series of photos submitted to the site. (Click on the image for full size version).
Within sight of a homeless woman, Amy, and her dog Fire, and oblivious passers-by, an outbound N-Judah train squeals around the curve from Irving Street into 9th Avenue in the Inner Sunset on March 5, 2009 (Christian Goepel photo).
Guest Blogger/Photographer Christian Goepel is a freelance photographer and San Francisco State journalism student. More of his work appears at He can be contacted at

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2 Responses to Guest Blogger: N Judah At Day’s End

  1. generic says:

    That little stretch on 9th, just before it makes the turn, is one of my favorite places in all the world.

  2. Jeff says:

    The 9th/Irving corner is my favorite for sidewalk astronomy.

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