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Early Construction of the original East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge

Dept. of Public Works, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Division1933-11-02/1935-01-15

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Construction of supportive piers for the eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (that part of the bridge connecting Oakland with Yerba Buena Island) began in 1933. By January 1935, many of the supportive piers were in place and work had begun on the bridge deck.

Identification Information: Dept. of Public Works, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Construction Photographs (F2516:1-93).
Top left: Piers E-19 to E-22, 11/02/1933: Box 9 (C5229), photograph 4-167.
Top right: Piers E-19 to E-22, 03/16/1934: Box 9 (C5229), photograph 4-513.
Bottom: 288 Ft. Span at E-9, 01/15/1935: Box 11 (C5229), photograph 7-319.

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  • Title: Early Construction of the original East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
  • Creator: Dept. of Public Works, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Division
  • Date Created: 1933-11-02/1935-01-15
  • Location: San Francisco Bay

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