Title:Interurban electric railway bridge yard shop views
Creator/Contributor:Historic American Engineering Record
Views documenting the appearance of the yard shop buildings at their construction in 1938-39 and in 1992. The shop was designed
as a maintenance site for electric railway cars intended to run across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, but served the
East Bay's Key System rail lines instead. After 1960, the structure was used as the Bay Bridge paint shop. It has been preserved
as an example of 1930's industrial architecture.
Key System Transit Lines (Calif.) -- Buildings -- Photographs
Interurban Electric Railway Company -- Buildings -- Photographs
Architecture, Industrial -- California -- Photographs
Electric railroads -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Photographs
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (Oakland and San Francisco, Calif.) -- Pictorial works
produced by the Historic American Engineering Record of the National Parks Service.
Various photographers, including Don Tateishi.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Collection consists, in part, of modern copies of vintage photographic prints.
Accompanied by 10 p. report on the site and its history.
Library of Congress; Washington, D.C.
18 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in.
BANC PIC 1996.004--PIC