This is the continuation of the demolition of the Transbay Terminal in San Francisco. This was the final bit of the elevated roadway leading up to the building itself. Here we see only the steel support structure remaining before it, too, was torn down.
You can read an extended post about the Transbay Terminal demolition here.
The open steel patterns made for some fantastic photos. The best ones will appear in the future 🙂
Looks impressive ! I get dizzy !
You are very creative in your pictures, I like so much the lines and the geometric feeling in this picture!Very well done!
Luna and mommy Léia
That must be one big demo project!
The first word that comes to mind is skeletal, and I guess that is what the demolition process has done. Great pic, and I agree very creative! Happy WW
A piece of sky peeks through.
Nice lines – love your WW takes!
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Out with the old and in with the new. I’m about 1.15 hours away from S.F.
Have a terrific WW. 🙂
ah..old industry. without the road on top, it just looks like classic lines!
Hey, you’re back to taking cool pics of buildings! love this. Like a railway track in the air.
You still found something interesting to photograph even in the midst of demolition! I look forward to seeing the new building someday.
Constructing or de-constructing, buildings look quite interesting!!
That is a good shot.
Were you really able to get that close or is it a long lens?
Huge. But this is a gorgeous photo.
Great perspective. I forget to look up often. 🙂
Like this picture. It’s sad that the structure will come down. What are they going to do with all that steel?
Awesome shot! So well done with the cropping — love the lines the hints of more above. Nice.
As an add-on to Kitty’s sentiment, I am hopeful that they’re re-purposing the materials! Surely in San Francisco?….
Great photo! As usual, thanks for stopping by my blog!
You really have an eye for beauty in infrastructure. Happy WW
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