Pedestrians cross Jones St towards a pile of rubble on Market Street. The Hibernia Bank building is burned out, but still standing strong.
The Saint Francis Hotel from Union Square (panorama).
People gather in front of the Mint.
California and Grant. Singfat is quick to reopen, if even just a temporary stand on top of the rubble so they could reclaim their territory.
7th and Mission, where streetcars have recently been put back into service on Mission St and the main post office continues cleanup work.
The Painted Ladies have escaped fire raging down the street. Mothers rest on the low wall in Alamo Square while their children play on the grass.
Mission Dolores Panorama.
People mill around Lotta's Fountain, which served as a meeting place after the quake
A bicyclist rides towards the fallen Valencia St. Hotel and a huge sinkhole that has opened up in the street
9th and Brannan.
Looking up Market St. from Steuart St.
Cable car #455 rests halfway in the partially-detroyed cable car barn.
Happy tourists pass by the Fairmont Hotel, which still stands, but is destroyed inside from the fires.
People walk up California St amid charred scraps of lumber
The Conservatory of Flowers stands undamaged as now-homeless citizens camp in a tent shelter
A woman opens the door to her Mercedes on Sacramento Street while horses killed by falling rubble lie in the street.
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On the Embarcadero.