A general view of San Francisco Bay taken from the bridge. The ship from the previous image has gone further into the Bay with (from left to right) Alcatraz Island, with its former prison, the Bay Bridge and the city of San Francisco toward the background.
An image from the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge after completing a walk across it from San Francisco.
These buildings, built between 1964 and 1967, are of steel and concrete and replicate identical temporary structures built on this site for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. The original architect, John Maybeck, described them as an 'old Roman ruin'.