"Al the Green Rain Train" Participated in Read across America an event that has meaning and purpose

"Al the Green Rain Train" Participated in Read across America an event that has meaning and purpose
Author Alfred Guajardo reading to students at Olive Street Elementary School, Porterville California

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Vault lighting on Sidewalks with a Brass Triangle Luxfer Marker

Have you noticed the #sidewalks in #Sacramento in some parts they have what you call #Vault Lights that they had back in early 1900s , which were used as light for the basements with a brass triangle #Luxfer #sidewalk marker in the #Downtown Sacramento  area, Thank You Mary Popa for your question click on link for more information and Thank You for the #Great image   http://glassian.org/Prism/Gallery/Sacramento/index.html
Mystery Solved  
This Image was taken by Mary Popa (Downtown Sacramento) Sept. 1-2016
The above post was sponsored by "Al the Green Rain Train"

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