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File:Oakland Bay Bridge from Yerba Buena Island.jpg

English: The suspension (western) portion of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and downtown San Francisco as seen from Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco Bay.
Date August, 2005
(26 August 2009 (first version); 28 May 2010 (last version))
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(Original text : 'The Cooper Collection of U.S. Railroad History (The uploader's private collection))
Author Bruce C. Cooper (the uploader). Original uploader was Centpacrr at en.wikipedia.
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