Downtown San Diego.
    This Pacific Hwy street sign is in downtown San Diego at the corner of Pacific Hwy and W. Ash Street.

    Downtown San Diego is undergoing a huge transformation.
    San Diego is voted #4 safest city in the nation by Associated Press

    I was in downtown and near by San Diego Bay on November 1, 2006. I saw many constructions going on but the downtown looks really clean.

    Star Of India
    Star of India was built in 1863 as Euterpe, a full-rigged iron ship in Ramsey, Isle of Man. After a full career sailing between Great Britain and India, she became a salmon hauler on the Alaska to California route. After retirement, she was restored and is now a seaworthy museum ship ported in San Diego. The ship was designated a National Historic Landmark.
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    Sculptures Along The Bay

    The Berkeley
    The stack of the Berkeley. The Berkeley was one of several ferryboats of the Southern Pacific Railroad that operated on San Francisco Bay between the Oakland Pier and the San Francisco Ferry Building for sixty years. Built in 1898, she served after the 1906 earthquake, ferrying refugees across the bay to Oakland. After being retired, she was docked for several years in Sausalito where serious deterioration took a toll. She was acquired and towed to San Diego in 1973 where she was restored, and currently serves as the main "building" of the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
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    San Diego Bay Looking Towards San Diego International Airport

    San Diego Bay, Sculptures On The Walkway.

    San Diego Downtown Scuptures Along The Water

    Downtown Trains.

    San Diego Downtown.

    San Diego Maritime Museum


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Pacific Coast High Way One
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Photographs By:
Jieranai T. Maier & Theodore S. Maier
Dave Beeninga, and Jeff Stanton,
Last modified: August, 2006