South San Francisco Station could refer to either
- the South San Francisco BART station
- the South San Francisco Caltrain station
... Nation Originally in the southeastern United States, primarily Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, and parts of Alabama and Tennessee ... was in Sonoma, California 30 miles north of San Francisco and has not covered a large area that became the present-day state of California in 1850 ... Alta California Southern California, centered in San Jose and Santa Barbara ...
... Some of the more notable preserved Northerns world-wide are Australia South Australian Railways 504 In static preservation at the National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide ... South Australian Railways 520 Restored to service in 1972, operating the Steamranger tourist railway between Mount Barker and Victor Harbor at the time ... South Africa Class 3511 ... Condenser, staged at Beaconsfield, Kimberley ...
Famous quotes containing the words station, francisco, south and/or san:
“Say first, of God above, or Man below,
What can we reason, but from what we know?
Of Man what see we, but his station here,
From which to reason, or to which refer?
Thro worlds unnumberd tho the God be known,
Tis ours to trace him only in our own.
—Alexander Pope (16881744)
“Today, San Francisco has experienced a double tragedy of incredible proportions. As acting mayor, I order an immediate state of mourning in our city. The city and county of San Francisco must and will pull itself together at this time. We will carry on as best as we possibly can.... I think we all have to share the same sense of shame and the same sense of outrage.”
—Dianne Feinstein (b. 1933)
“During Prohibition days, when South Carolina was actively advertising the iodine content of its vegetables, the Hell Hole brand of liquid corn was notorious with its waggish slogan: Not a Goiter in a Gallon.”
—Administration in the State of Sout, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“the San Marco Library,
Whence turbulent Italy should draw
Delight in Art whose end is peace,
In logic and in natural law
By sucking at the dugs of Greece.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)