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NARA's Pacific Region - San Francisco, CA

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NARA's Pacific Region (San Francisco) has more than 48,000 cubic feet of archival holdings dating from 1850 to the 1980s, including textual documents, photographs, maps, and architectural drawings. These...[more]

NARA's Pacific Region - San Francisco

Address

NARA's Pacific Region - San Francisco
1000 Commodore Drive
San Bruno, CA 94066-2350
Phone:650-238-3501
Email:sanbruno.archives@nara.gov

Directions

By Car From San Francisco

Proceed south on Highway 101 and exit at San Bruno Avenue West. Drive west for 2 miles, crossing El Camino Real, to Cherry Avenue. Turn right on Cherry and go north 3 blocks (just past the I-380 overpass), then turn right on Commodore Drive for 2 blocks.

OR

Proceed south on I-280, exiting on Sneath Lane. Go east on Sneath to the second traffic light. Turn right on Cherry, then left on Commodore for 2 blocks.

From the South

Exit Highway 101 at San Bruno Avenue and proceed west for 2 miles, crossing El Camino Real to Cherry Avenue. Turn right on Cherry and go north 3 blocks (just past the I-380 overpass), then turn right on Commodore Drive for 2 blocks.

OR

Exit I-280 at San Bruno Avenue, proceeding east for 1 block. Turn left on Cherry and go north 3 blocks (just past the I-380 overpass), then turn right on Commodore for 2 blocks.

By Public Transportation

Bus

The nearest bus stop is the intersection of El Camino Real and Sneath Lane. Several lines stop there. For route and schedule information, call SamTrans at 800-660-4287 or visit www.samtrans.com. From El Camino and Sneath, walk west on Sneath (away from Tanforan Mall) to Commodore Drive (the first traffic light). Turn left on Commodore, follow the street around several curves approximately one quarter mile. The facility's front entrance will be on your right. Caltrain The facility is about one mile from the San Bruno station. For route and schedule information, call Caltrain at 800-660-4287 or visit www.caltrain.com. From the San Bruno station, exit through the west gate. Go west on Herman Street to its intersection with Huntington Avenue. Follow Huntington north and west as it curls around Tanforan Mall. At the intersection of Huntington and Sneath Lane, follow Sneath west to El Camino Real. From El Camino and Sneath, walk west on Sneath (away from Tanforan Mall) to Commodore Drive (the first traffic light). Turn left on Commodore, follow the street around several curves approximately one quarter mile. The facility's front entrance will be on your right.

BART

The facility is about one-half mile from the San Bruno BART station. For fares and schedules visit www.bart.gov. From the station, walk west on Sneath Lane to El Camino Real. From El Camino and Sneath, walk west on Sneath (away from Tanforan Mall) to Commodore Drive (the first traffic light). Turn left on Commodore, follow the street around several curves approximately one quarter mile. The facility's front entrance will be on your right.

Caltrain

The facility is about one mile from the San Bruno station. For route and schedule information, call Caltrain at 800-660-4287 or visit www.caltrain.com. From the San Bruno station, exit through the west gate. Go west on Herman Street to its intersection with Huntington Avenue. Follow Huntington north and west as it curls around Tanforan Mall. At the intersection of Huntington and Sneath Lane, follow Sneath west to El Camino Real. From El Camino and Sneath, walk west on Sneath (away from Tanforan Mall) to Commodore Drive (the first traffic light). Turn left on Commodore, follow the street around several curves approximately one quarter mile. The facility's front entrance will be on your right.

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