Ghost of the Valencia 26

I stumbled onto this slumbering beast parked on Valencia at the corner of Cesar Chavez.  It was one of those hybrid electric models but was completely shut down and dark, and almost looked to be abandoned.  I shivered as I realized that this used to be the old route of the now defunct, highly controversial Valencia 26 Muni line.  Oh shit, this must be a ghost!

I examined the silent hull more closely and noticed that at the very back of the dark bus sat a motionless ghost conductor, staring into space, at which point I got the heebie-jeebies and high-tailed out of there.  Maybe I would have investigated further had I not recently re-watched Event Horizon. Back in the safety of my room, a little research seems to indicate that this may just be an off-duty 12 or 27 (does anyone use those lines?), but I still consider myself lucky to have escaped alive.


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26 Valencia: An Homage

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Author: Andrew Sarkarati

caution is the path to mediocrity. gliding, passionless mediocrity is all that most people think they can achieve.

10 thoughts on “Ghost of the Valencia 26”

  1. The 12 and the 27 are both awesome, but at least partly because no one seems to take them. The former offers a blazingly fast, transfer-free trip to North Beach. That is all.

    1. those ones are rad but they get hella packed during rush out & then again when elementary school gets out. made a couple friends on those lines though, good times.

  2. Those buses (buses? busses?) are always there. They’re not the 12 or the 27, they’re actually for the 36 (quite possibly the most worthless bus route in North America).

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