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A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
A fire under the pier (...
1946
 
Title
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
Date
1946
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
A fire under the pier (...
1946
 
Title
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
Date
1946
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
A fire under the pier (...
1946
 
Title
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
Date
1946
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
A fire under the pier (...
1946
 
Title
A fire under the pier (Berth 50) burned the wood pilings and flooring, and was extremely difficult to put out, lasting 4 days. After that, when the Long Beach Harbor Department rebuilt or added other piers they were solid concrete and heavy earth-fill.
Date
1946
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