Blue Line South

The Blue Line goes from Old Town north of downtown San Diego to near the international border at San Ysidro/Tijuana, passing through National City and Chula Vista along the way.  The portion from near Santa Fe Depot outbound marks the original route, which began operation in July, 1981. 

The southern terminal is pictured here as it was in 2001.  There is much commercial activity and the passage of humankind near the station, although the above scene has a certain serenity to it. 

At the time of this scene, the Blue Line went further out from downtown than it currently does.  Mission San Diego is no longer a terminal station, but rather is served by the Green Line.

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Heading for San Ysidro Evening Along the Route San Ysidro in the 1980s
Chula Vista