Al Bahr Bridge 1

This concrete bridge at Al Bahr and Crespo drives (near La Jolla Natural Park) is one of the items deemed worthy of preservation in a La Jolla Historic Cultural Landscape Survey completed in 2003.

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Posted by Pat Sherman on Jan 29, 2013. Filed under . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

1 Comment for “Al Bahr Bridge 1”

  1. Don Wolochow

    This photo brings back memories. We lived in a rented house just to the right, off camera, while our house in La Jolla Shores Heights (as it was then called) was being constructed. That was almost forty-three years ago! The house is gone now (the one on Al Bahr Drive, that is) and has been replaced by a newer, larger home.

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