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Government Road trolley crossing (1920s)

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Everytime I see photos like this, I wish Richmond had a heritage trolley system like new Orleans or san Francisco. Dream on, right?

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What is the large structure, top-right?

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Erik i cant quite figure out the orientation of the shot but my first thought is 1000 Carlisle Ave.