Before the GG Bridge -- Fort Point in the foreground, looking across the Golden Gate (the strait connecting San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean), toward Marin County to the north, in 1910. - National Park Service
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A stationary train thrown down by the San Francisco earthquake at Point Reyes Station, west Marin County, California, April 18, 1906 - via reddit [[MORE]] “At Point Reyes Station at the head of Tomales bay the 5:15 train for San Francisco was just ready. The conductor had just swung himself on when the train gave a great lurch to the east, followed by another to the west, which threw the whole train on its side. The astonished conductor dropped off as it went over, and at sight of the...
Hangar One is one of the world's largest freestanding structures, covering 8 acres at the Moffett Field Airship hangars site in Mountain View, in Santa Clara County of the southern San Francisco Bay Area, California. The massive hangar has long been one of the most recognizable landmarks of California's Silicon Valley. An early example of mid-century modern architecture, it was built in the 1930s as a naval airship hangar for the USS Macon.