Timelapse movie of San Francisco Muni rail replacement

Ken "Blinkybugs" Murphy shot this cool timelapse video of workers in San Francisco replacing Muni rails. "It's a strange insect-like dance, condensing nearly three days into 13 minutes."

Or, how to spend $3 million in just over 12 minutes (actually, about 3 1/2 days).

This is a time-lapse video showing the replacement of the MUNI tracks in front of my house. Demolition began on the evening of Friday, October 8, and work continued around the clock until early in the morning of Tuesday, October 12. The MUNI folks were nice enough to distribute earplugs to those of us in the immediate vicinity.

This was shot using a Canon A590, with CHDK installed (a firmware replacement for Canon cameras that enables all sorts of additional features). An image was captured approximately every 15 seconds.

Church and 30th St. San Francisco MUNI Construction (Via Todd Lappin)