From spaghetti to the quiet alley behind your house, this week show us something narrow.
—WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge
For 76 years the Golden Gate Bridge District employed Toll Collectors to take money from strangers and pay for the maintenance of the span. That changed at one minute after midnight on March 27, 2013 when the All Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) system went into effect and cash was no longer accepted as payment for crossing the bridge. The Toll Collectors were out of a job and the fog cut a little deeper into those of us who were left. Click here for more on that.
The photo below is a look at the inside of a typical Toll Booth. As you can see, it is narrow—just over shoulder-width wide.
Note: The equipment has remained behind for the electricians to use while servicing and trouble-shooting the ETC system.