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    The Golden Gate Bridge opened on May 27, 1937 From Golden Gate Bridge District #places #blackwhite #mono

  • Amanda Jane

    Golden Gate Bridge - opening day. 1937. I love the documentary about this bridge. Apparently it's one of the most sought out places to commit suicide in the world. Very sad. Pay It Forward... When crossing a bridge that charges a toll... pay for the person behind u as well. (Trying to make our world a nicer place) - Documentary/Photo Journalism Photography

  • Lesley Smurthwaite

    The Golden Gate Bridge opened on May 27, 1937, linking Marin to San Francisco. Pedestrians had the bridge to themselves on opening day. The next day, cars started crossing.

  • Campbell's Loft

    THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE OPENED ON MAY 27, 1937 (Golden Gate Bridge District) #goldengatebridge #blackandwhitephotography #filmphotography #goldengatebridge #sanfrancisco #bridgephotography #suspension

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