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Bay Bridge Douglas Fir

History

Bay Bridge, Douglas Fir
Bay Bridge, Douglas Fir

The wood structure with metal rails stretched the length of 10 football fields. Originally built on Treasure Island and then assembled at the eastern end of the bridge. Less than seven months later, the half-mile-long connector was torn down to make way for the permanent gateway. The pedestrian bridge could have remained except for the fact that it would have cut into what's expected to be "Gateway Park" - a waterfront greenbelt at the foot of the new Bay Bridge.

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Datasheet

Bay Bridge, Douglas Fir
Bay Bridge, Douglas Fir

Source: Oakland Bay Bridge
Prior Use: Pedestrian Bridge
Species: Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesil)
Certified: FSC® Recycled 100%
(License code FSC-C003580)

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