Monday, February 6, 2012

San francisco dogpatch pier

  • SAN FRANCISCO -- Theres a hidden corner of the City by the Bay where rusted cranes used to build WWII battleships loom over dilapidated artist studios, where working-class fishermen bob up against first-class ocean liners docked for repair.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The gold fields hadn't been kind to them so they returned to San Francisco, started a blacksmith shop and ventured into iron making. Irving M.
  • (San Mateo Daily Journal)

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