LBCD 2018 Hey LBCD, Nice history and photos. This is the "ALL TIME" Cool Roadside Attraction!!! You had a great vacation trip…that is for sure. It is synonymous with things, California. That bridge has been a symbol for our family and my little brain since I was a tiny kid. This city stuck out in our vacation travels from a very early age, driving around in that big 1949 and 52 Buick sedans of my dad’s. My brother and I even tried to make a model of it while combining our two, big, Erector sets. But, if something bad happened at our old 1949 Westside Long Beach house(s), I instantly, heard from my mom: (standard parent, amazed, statement) “That is bad, my son would not have done that, so who are you??? My Answer: “I am George, from San Franscico.” To this day, it is a running joke when we go to restaurants and/or have to leave a name somewhere… "reservations for George…party of…" That was fine as most people cannot pronounce my real name and/or spell it correctly ! Since being called Georgie Porgie and other great names, I am used to the label. In our local Mexican restaurant, I am called Jorge. I was impressed with this bridge and was afraid to walk, let alone drive across it for the first time. When we drove, but did not walk the first time, it was a breeze. The second time, we walked to the center and looked down and out toward Alcatraz. (View like your photo.) LBCD 2018 Jnaki Jump up 17 years later and in 1966, my wife and I walked over the whole bridge to the Sausalito side and back. The whizzing cars were a little bothersome, but the sidewalk had a barrier to protect us somewhat. 1966vnak 1968 AM PM 1968 As fast as the fog rolls in on a daily basis, it also rolls out quite fast on any given day. Sunny bridge photos are the surprise that awaits.