This historic Victorian house was relocated in San Francisco on Sunday - a process that the city has not seen in more than 45 years.
The 139-year-old Englander House was hoisted on a flatbed truck and moved from Franklin Street to its new location in Fulton Street a few blocks away as the original site will be used to build an eight-storey apartment building.
While most Victorian homes were built in a templated style, this one was custom-designed by German architect Wildrich Winterhalter, who moved to San Francisco in 1869.
The Englander House is one of four homes designed by him that are still standing.
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