Bridges in San Francisco

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Bridges in San Francisco

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  • Sarah L
    London, UK2,562 contributions
    The Golden Gate Bridge is the most iconic thing about San Francisco and no trip to the city is complete without it. We drove across it to get to Muir Woods and unfortunately, due to bad weather they closed the vista points for photos. There is a toll to pay for when you cross it. On a clear day you can get some amazing photos of the bridge.
    Written September 27, 2022
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  • Balasubramanian R
    Chennai (Madras), India590 contributions
    San Francisco Bay Bridge is connecting western and eastern sides of Bay. Transportation is made easy from the down town of the city San Francisco to Oak Land. It is one of the longest bridge.
    Written September 26, 2022
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  • SoCalOregonian
    Murrieta, CA9,916 contributions
    Located adjacent to AT & T park, it is an example of a heel trunnion type bascule drawbridge. Not very aesthetic to look at (Golden Gate and Oakland Bay are better by far) but it functions well. Worth a look if you are at AT & T. I drove across it to park in the lot just across McCovey cove and walked back across after walking around China Basin Park to tour AT & T
    Written October 15, 2016
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