Nice parking space for a Mercedes on Sacramento Street. Mind the horses killed by falling rubble in 1906.
Pedestrians at Jones Street and Market Street by the Hibernia Bank building, which was burned out, but is still standing.
Pedestrians in 1906 stand on the corner of Franklin and Hayes.
A modern woman skirts a pit of rubble on 5th Street by the U.S. Mint.
Two 1906 girls stand at the partially destroyed Sharon Building in Golden Gate Park as students work on art projects inside.
Crossing Drumm and Market while 1906 workers rebuild the city.
A modern cable car heading towards the California Street incline while shocked sepia-tone residents wander through the devastation.
Tent city and skyscrapers. The Ferry Building is under repair.
The 1906 Fairmont Hotel is standing but partially destroyed by fire.
Riding past Old Saint Mary’s Cathedral, which escaped destruction.
1906 residents at Lafayette Park surveying the massive fires engulfing the city – and a present day Muni bus.
Mechanics Monument at Bush and Battery with ghostly shells of buildings in the background.
The Painted Ladies escaped fire raging down the street. Old moms watch kids play on new grass at Alamo Square.
A 1906 cable car rests halfway in the partially destroyed cable car barn.
Pedestrians in 1906 head to T-Mobile now occupying the destroyed Hearst Building on Market Street.
Watch for potholes as you cruise down South Van Ness.
Geary Street was reduced to rubble.
A cyclist rides towards disaster in front of the fallen Valencia Street Hotel.
Watch your step! California Street was strewn with charred scraps of lumber.
The U.S. Courthouse, brand new in 1906, withstood the quake.
The original adobe Mission Dolores survived, while the brick church next door was destroyed.
Times have changed: A horse and carriage shares Lafayette Park with cars.
Checking out Old Saint Mary's Cathedral. Still standing but gutted by fire.
People still mill around Lotta's Fountain, which was a meeting place after the quake.
The Conservatory of Flowers was spared; newly homeless camp in a tent nearby.