During my junior high and high school years, I would actually walk up to the Fotomat drive-through and drop off my 35mm film to get developed. At the time I lived just down the street from one of the Fotomat Kiosks.
The Ferry ran from San Diego to Coronado between 1930 and 1969. During this time there was no bridge with easy access to Coronado so people would drive their cars onto ferries to take them across the bay from San Diego to Coronado or from Coronado to San Diego. I did not drive a car onto the ferry; however, I was in a car that drove onto the ferry during the 60’s. Once aboard the ferry, you could get out of your car and enjoy the views from the sides of the ferry.
The USS Consolation (AH-15) was a Haven-class hospital ship originally in service with the United States Navy from 1945 to 1955. My dad, Nornal Hule Waters, was stationed on the USS Consolation (AH-15) during the Korean War.
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