Here are photos of my dad's old furniture store in Fremont, California, now transformed into a train station. Actually, it was originally a train station, then became a furniture store, then a hot-tub store, and then fell into disrepair. It's now part of a commuter-rail system that works apparently effectively in the east Bay Area. Pictures are of the cafe that occupies about half the building. I used to play in the store as a kid, and it was a goldmine: yellowing labels for weird old compartments. A neat warehouse. Train tracks. Hurrah!