The city commissioned some rather Jetsons-esque public art to adorn the platforms.
When I worked on the "The Right Stuff", I was not aware that the neighborhood adjoining that part of Third St. was called Dogpatch.
It has now become one of the new hip neighborhoods. One way to tell that is the appearance of cultural institutions and large type.
Some of the institutions stand next to the older housing in the neighborhood.
Actually the old and the new seem to get along together.
Don't tell the Republicans but there are French signs in the neighborhood.
Some of the old gems have been preserved. I love the juxtaposition of the fire hydrant and the happy doggie.