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Those were the days

 

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In 1938, Pacific Greyhound Lines moved its depot and cafe to 1181 El Camino Real (between Santa Cruz and Oak Grove avenues) in Menlo Park, and christened one of its new coaches "The City of Menlo Park." Mayor James E. Cooper accepted the city's namesake bus, saying that Pacific Greyhound had played a key role in developing Menlo Park by bringing thousands of people to the community every year. Photo courtesy Menlo Park Historical Association.

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