Schooners bringing Alaskan cod anchored off the fish cannery in Tiburon, California, United States, 1890s. The cannery location would later become the Tiburon Navy Net Depot.United States Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California, 30 Apr 1908. Note that the Navy caption refers to the area as California City, a briefly used name for the neighborhood.United States Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California, 1930s.John Roebling and Sons Construction Company spinning cables for the Golden Gate Bridge during the bridge’s construction, mid-1930s. The cable spinning took place at the former Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California.
Schooners bringing Alaskan cod anchored off the fish cannery in Tiburon, California, United States, 1890s. The cannery location would later become the Tiburon Navy Net Depot.United States Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California, 30 Apr 1908. Note that the Navy caption refers to the area as California City, a briefly used name for the neighborhood.United States Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California, 1930s.John Roebling and Sons Construction Company spinning cables for the Golden Gate Bridge during the bridge’s construction, mid-1930s. The cable spinning took place at the former Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California.
Cranes hoisting floats for submarine nets at the United States Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.Net laying ship USS Aloe alongside the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.United States Navy sailors climbing on floats for submarine nets, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941. Each float was 8 feet across, 14 feet, 8 inches long, and weighed 8,700 pounds.
Cranes hoisting floats for submarine nets at the United States Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.Net laying ship USS Aloe alongside the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.United States Navy sailors climbing on floats for submarine nets, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941. Each float was 8 feet across, 14 feet, 8 inches long, and weighed 8,700 pounds.
United States Navy sailors constructing submarine netting from steel cables, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.United States Navy sailors gathering partially completed submarine netting made from steel cables, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.Coils of steel cables being unloaded at the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 1940s.Building 54 at the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 1943.
United States Navy sailors constructing submarine netting from steel cables, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.United States Navy sailors gathering partially completed submarine netting made from steel cables, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, Apr 1941.Coils of steel cables being unloaded at the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 1940s.Building 54 at the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 1943.
United States Navy sailors constructing submarine nets with floats, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, circa 1943.Aerial view of the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 16 Dec 1943.Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 1950s.United States Navy Lieutenant L.A. Wilson in front of a model of the submarine net across San Francisco’s Golden Gate, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, 1951.
United States Navy sailors constructing submarine nets with floats, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, circa 1943.Aerial view of the Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 16 Dec 1943.Tiburon Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, California, United States, 1950s.United States Navy Lieutenant L.A. Wilson in front of a model of the submarine net across San Francisco’s Golden Gate, Tiburon Naval Net Depot, 1951.
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