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Fulton Street turns back time with opening of traffic

The Fulton Street project harkens back to a time of vehicular traffic, including streetcars, with the opening of the important downtown corridor, along with a section of Mariposa Street, clear for traffic for the first time since the 1960s.
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The Fulton Street project harkens back to a time of vehicular traffic, including streetcars, with the opening of the important downtown corridor, along with a section of Mariposa Street, clear for traffic for the first time since the 1960s.

Fresno had Fulton Mall for 57 years.

Now, it’s heading back to what it was for so much longer: Fulton Street.

In advance of the grand reopening Saturday, Oct. 21, Bee photographer John Walker added current scenes from the street, which has been around about as long as the city founded in 1872, to The Bee’s archive collection of past Fulton Street scenes.

John Walker: 559-441-6197

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