Livermore History - Aerial Photos 7
Page 1: ~1960 photo with labeled buildings
Page 2: ~1955 photo with labeled buildings and streets
Page 3: Drawing from 1889.
Page 4: 1993 USGS Aerial Photo with labels
Page 5: Junction Ave School ~ late 1970s, East 1st ~1976
Page 6: East Ave, 1963; Downtown ~1928
Page 7: Junction Ave & downtown; downtown about 1930
Page 8: 1936 Photo, 1963 photo of the Labs.
Page 9: The Airport prior to 1969
Page 10: Veterans Hospital.
Junction Ave & Downtown, Downtown about 1930
Aerial Photo of Livermore, California in about 1960, looking SW. Portola Ave is at the bottom. Enos Way curves off Portola, and onto Junction Ave., which runs left to right just below the middle of the photo. Junction Ave. School is the group of buildings towards the left, just this side of Junction Ave. It must be lunchtime. There are a lot of youth in the playground.
Aerial view of Livermore looking east in about 1930-32. The flagpole is at its original location. Near the bottom middle, Stanley and Holmes curve into First Street. College Ave. is on the right. East Ave is at the top center.
On the far left, about a third of the way from the top is the Fuse Works (Coast Manufacturing). It is located just after the SP tracks curve to the left. Just before that the WP tracks make an appearance as they come in from the left and curve back out again. This can be seen better on the 1936 photo on the Aerial 8 page.
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