|The grand opening ceremony.
|Bruce Beyaert is the chairman of the Trails for Richmond Action Committee.
|A view of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, as seen from Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline park.
|Angel Island is on the left; the northern tower of the Golden Gate Bridge is visible. The view is from Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline.
|The remains of the Richmond Ferry Terminal.
|These building remnants are located adjacent to the remains of the Richmond Ferry Terminal.
San Francisco is in the background, and the western span of the Bay Bridge is on the left. It is foggy and windy. The breakwater was constructed when the Richmond Kaiser Shipyards were in operation. A view from Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline.
|This is the SS Red Oak Victory, a World War II Victory Ship built at the Richmond Kaiser Shipyards.
|Another view from within Kaiser Shipyard #3. The Red Oak Victory's bow can be seen on the left. A Whirley Crane is the center of attraction in this snap. This example was manufactured during WWII and was used at the Kaiser Shipyards during the war.
|The building is the former site of Ford Motor Company's Richmond assembly plant. It has had a fascinating history. In the background is a view of San Pablo Ridge.
|The map shows the route of the majority of the ramble. The approximate distance traveled as tracked by GPS was 6.2 miles. The approximate cumulative elevation gain was 131 feet. Mile markers are shown on the route’s track.