A Golden Gate Ferry arriving at San Francisco's Golden Gate Ferry Terminal.
The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is a complex of two bridges spanning San Francisco Bay. Construction of the bridge began on 9 July 1933, and the bridge opened on 12 November 1936. Twenty-four men died during the building of the bridge.
This is San Francisco Municipal Railway cable car #26. It was built in 1887 by the Ferries & Cliff House Railway. It was subsequently rebuilt twice, in 1906 by United Railroads, and in 1982-84 by the San Francisco Municipal Railway. The cable car is seen at the Cable Car Turnaround on Powell Street at Market Street. A cable car operator is turning the car around for its trip to the Hyde Street turnaround at Fisherman's Wharf.
Here is a picture of Lotta's Fountain, which is located on Market Street. It was commissioned in 1876 by actress Lotta Crabtree as a gift to the people of San Francisco. In 1974 Lotta's Fountain was temporarily relocated so that BART and Muni train tracks could be constructed under Market Street. The underground construction was completed in 1975. Lotta's Fountain was then reinstalled on Market Street, and at that time, it also received the distinction of being named San Francisco Landmark #73. In 1999 the fountain was refurbished to its original appearance.
The Stockton Street Tunnel was primarily built for the now-defunct F-Stockton streetcar line. Construction started in 1912, and streetcar travel through the tunnel began on 29 December 1914.
This is the University of California San Francisco Precision Cancer Medicine Building. It is located in the Mission Bay area.
Another light rail streetcar maneuvering through the Mission Bay neighborhood.
The Transamerica Pyramid is located at 600 Montgomery Street. Construction of the building began in 1969 and was finished in 1972. The Transamerica Pyramid was until recently the tallest building in San Francisco. Salesforce Tower now holds that distinction.
This office building is located on Berry Street, near the mouth of Mission Creek.
Here is another view of the Lefty O'Doul Bridge.
Chase Center is an indoor arena located in the Mission Bay neighborhood. The building is the home of the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. Construction of the arena began on 17 January 2017. The arena had its grand opening on 6 September 2019.