The M-Ocean View discharges passengers at its
Balboa Park terminal a block or so (and across two busy streets)
from the other two light rail lines and the BART station. Cars
then execute a loop without passengers, through the property of Geneva Barn
Geneva Ave. and then back on San Jose Ave. to position
themselves at the first stop inbound.
Interestingly enough, although trolley storage and servicing in this
vicinity go back to before the 1906 earthquake and fire, none of the
three lines that end in this area came this far out until well into
the BART era.
The early facilities were owned by Muni's older
competitor, Market Street Railway.