Tile Art, On Pier 14, San Francisco, California

USS Wisconsin 1938
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The USS Wisconsin external link was an Iowa-class battleship, the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the U.S. state of Wisconsin. [from wikipedia]


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A Pilot Boat
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A Pilot Boat external link transfers a pilot to a ship and guides it into and out of San Francisco Bay.


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Clipper Ship "Flying Cloud" 1851
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The Flying Cloud external link was a clipper ship that set the world's sailing record for the fastest passage between New York and San Francisco, 89 days 8 hours. The ship held this record for over 100 years, from 1854 to 1989. [from wikipedia]


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Fishing Boat "Salty Lady" 1849
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A fishing boat named, "Salty Lady," that plied the waters of the bay in 1849.


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Fishing Boat 1980
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One of the many fishing boats of 1980 that would depart the Bay each morning and return in the evening.


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Tugboat 1999
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One of the many Tugboats external link that worked the ships of San Francisco Bay.


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US Coast Guard Ship
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One of the US Coast Guard external link Ships that protected San Francisco Bay and the ships and boats upon it.


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Cargo Ship 1985
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One of the smaller Cargo Ships external link that took containers into and out of San Francisco Bay back in 1985.


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Cargo Ship "Willamette" 1880
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An old motor-sailer cargo ship external link from 1880. Called the "Willamette," it worked on San Francisco Bay.


Tile Art external link   •  Pier 14 external link   •  The Embarcadero at Mission Street   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:22:03 Sunday 6 May 2018)   •  (Date Published: Wednesday 13 June 2018)   •  © 2018 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C18_3476
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Ferry Boat "Amador" 1877
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The Ferry Boat external link "Amador" 1877 was one of many ferris that hauled people across San Francisco Bay.


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Modern Ferry Boat 2001
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One of the modern (2001) Ferry Boats that haul passengers across San Francisco Bay.


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Small Sloops
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Small sloops external link out for a day of recreational sailing on San Francisco Bay.


Tile Art external link   •  Pier 14 external link   •  The Embarcadero at Mission Street   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 09:22:22 Sunday 6 May 2018)   •  (Date Published: Wednesday 13 June 2018)   •  © 2018 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C18_3479
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Sail Boat 1904
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A 1904 sail boat anchored in the Bay. A long boat with crew was rowed into shore.


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Ohlone Indian "Tule Canoe" 1597
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One of the Tule Canoes of the Ohlone external link Indians who used to paddle the waters of San Francisco Bay back in 1597.


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Kayak 1997
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A kayak external link as they appeared back in 1997.


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