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Fort Mason Harbor. Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

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San Francisco Skyline and view on Ferry Building.  Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

San Francisco Skyline and view on Ferry Building. Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

Interesting Facts About The Golden Gate Bridge - Traveling Myself

Interesting Facts About The Golden Gate Bridge - Traveling Myself

Big Ben of San Francisco. Ferry Building tower.Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

Big Ben of San Francisco. Ferry Building tower.Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

Ghiradelli Square in San Francisco - early morning. Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

Ghiradelli Square in San Francisco - early morning. Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left...

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Chinatown Gate. Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left..

Chinatown Gate. Help to fund our indiegogo campaign and get the best travel book on San Francisco. Only a few days left..

Margate Kent UK Latest News | Margate, Kent, England (© Margate)

Margate Kent UK Latest News | Margate, Kent, England (© Margate)

The Hunters Point Drydock, 1869. California Historical Society Collection 2012.1049. — at Hunters Point, San Francisco, California.

The Hunters Point Drydock, 1869. California Historical Society Collection 2012.1049. — at Hunters Point, San Francisco, California.

The California Gold Rush was first reported in a US east-coast newspaper in 1848. Thousands of people from around the world descended on California to try their luck at 'striking it rich'. This photograph, from 1850, shows ships in San Francisco Bay that had been abandoned by their crews for the gold fields.  Many ships were eventually salvaged for their wood and furnishings, and used for buildings in San Francisco.

The California Gold Rush was first reported in a US east-coast newspaper in 1848. Thousands of people from around the world descended on California to try their luck at 'striking it rich'. This photograph, from 1850, shows ships in San Francisco Bay that had been abandoned by their crews for the gold fields. Many ships were eventually salvaged for their wood and furnishings, and used for buildings in San Francisco.

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