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Tour of Twin Peaks Tunnel repair work

SF Municipal Transit Agency officials gave members of the media a tour of the old Eureka Valley Station at the eastern entrance to the Twin Peaks Tunnel on Memorial Day ahead of a planned 60-day closure of the tunnel starting in late June 2018.

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Ferdinand Cadelina, left, field manager for transit services with the Municipal Transit Agency, and John Haley, SFMTA director of transit, walk down a set of old tracks to an entrance for the old Eureka Valley Station, which now makes up part of the eastern entrance of the Twin Peaks Tunnel, on Monday, May 28, 2018. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)




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