The loneliest places in San Francisco

Local lonely boy David Enos today published the first of a new series titled Loneliest Places in SF. Seen above, #1 is Van Ness Station. That’s real talk.

If you’ve got suggestions for future installments, please leave ‘em below.

12 Responses to “The loneliest places in San Francisco”

  1. simoom says:

    22nd St Caltrain stop, that ones creepy & lonely!

  2. Larry says:

    Bayshore Caltrain is faaaar lonelier than 22nd St.

  3. MrEricSir says:

    I actually like the Van Ness station. Many happy memories of waiting for the L Taraval after visiting that badass Goodwill a block south of there.

  4. Is that the Forbidden Planet robot at the top of the escalator?

  5. mike says:

    the vn station is not so lonely….lonely is broad and plymouth

  6. Kimbombe says:

    yep, I support the 22nd St Caltrain stop nomination.

  7. Tanya says:

    Railroad Expresso in Sunnyside.

  8. Dingo says:

    you all are morons. lonely is not empty.

  9. Tanya says:

    And neither is Railroad Expresso. It has plenty of customers. But never a more forlorn coffeeshop will you find in San Francisco.