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Monday, June 2, 2014


Car Clubs join the celebration of the reopening of the Laurel Street Bridge, June 2014  
Image: San Diego Museum of Man

Zipping over the bridge circa 1931.  Now that young lady has the right idea.
Image courtesy: San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles and San Diego History Center
Under construction, 1914
100-YEAR FIX--Thanks to the San Diego Museum of Man for the following tidbit of news. The Cabrillo Bridge reopened this week. After an extensive five-month (2014) renovation, the 100-year-old bridge, aka the Laurel Street Bridge, can once again be traveled by vehicles between Sixth Avenue and the center of the park. (A secret: walking east across the bridge is also one of the best short walks in all of San Diego!). 

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