San Francisco Bay from End of Pier 7 - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
A panorama showing the view over San Francisco Bay from the end of Pier 7. The panorama shows the skyline of the San Francisco financial district. This a public pier and people fish from it. To the south is the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, a major traffic route in the city. The bridge can be seen touching Yerba Buena Island before curving south out of site across more water. The panorama was taken on a sunny spring morning in 2008.
San Francisco Bay from End of Pier 7 - FURTHER INFORMATION
San Francisco Bay from End of Pier 7 - San Francisco visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'San Francisco Bay from End of Pier 7' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
On the quieter eastern harbour front, south of the popular Fisherman's Wharf area is Pier 7. This 900ft long pier is used for fishing and as a quiet place for peaceful walks, popular with locals as it is sufficiently distant enough from Pier 39, the central tourism attraction nearby.
Lined with elegant Victorian wrought iron work railings and lamplights, this pier has an 'old-world' feel and is a favoured spot to 'get away from it all' for those wishing the tranquility of an early morning or sunset evening stroll by the Bay without jostling through crowds. The cable car runs along next to the head of the pier making this easily accessible and well worth a stop to take in the panoramic Bay views in peace.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Broadway & the Embarcadero (12)
Light Train: The Embarcadero & Broadway (F)