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File:I-80 Eastshore Fwy.jpg

Description Looking south above en:Interstate 80, the Eastshore Freeway, near en:Berkeley, California on a Saturday afternoon. en:Emeryville, California is at the towers, en:Aquatic Park (Berkeley) is visible to the left. To the right is the east shore of the en:San Francisco Bay. Picture taken by Minesweeper on May 14, 2005.
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37° 50′ 49.60″ N, 122° 17′ 54.40″ W

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