The San Francisco Giants' AT&T Park dates to 2000.
(In its fairly short life it has borne three names, formerly SBC Park, and
before that Pacific Bell Park.) It has been wildly successful, both
for the team, and for its effect on the great transformation of this portion
of the city south of Market St.
The five stops from Folsom to 4th & King came into service in 1998.
For most of its earlier time until 2007 this route was operated as part of
the N-Judah line. With the coming of T-Third, that other line was
truncated to its former Embarcadero terminal, and the J-Church provided
peak-period service. That arrangement proved unsatisfactory, and the
terminals for the two older lines were reverted to those before T-Third.
The train in this photo is heading toward downtown. Next stop is 2nd & King, which serves
great baseball crowds on game days.