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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Former Naval Training Center San Diego

The former Naval Training Center in San Diego, now known as Liberty Station, is one of the nicest examples I've seen of adaptive re-use in San Diego. The old buildings have been restored, but keeping the exterior architectural details, and are now used as retail, restaurant, office and gallery space. I took a short walk with my camera and tripod around some of the buildings just after sunset on Wednesday night. 

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