From the army to art—new use for old bunkers

The Presidio in San Francisco, California, has long been a cultural asset to the city’s residents, even during its days as a US Army post. The parade grounds and surroundings were lined with historic buildings, well-kept roads and trails, beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and the 300-acre Presidio Forest of eucalyptus, cypress, and pine trees that were planted in the late 19th century. Now, the long-abandoned Fort Scott bunkers are about to receive an art installation.


Long vacant Presidio army bunkers to become art hub

By Adam Brinklow

Curbed San Francisco

August 31, 2016

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