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Wooden boat workshop
The Bay Area

Interior of a wooden boat workshop at China Camp State Park near San Rafael, California.  While the area was originally settled by the Miwok people, it was around the 1880s that a Chinese shrimp fishing village was established here w/ nearly 500 residents, though at one point the population topped 10,000.  Today most of the buildings are gone, but a few including this one remain - here this workshop maintains & builds boats designed as replicas of the original Chinese fishing boats, some of which are on public display on the pier.  The shop is not part of the visitor section however I was given permission for a photo.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 24/11/2017
Uploaded: 26/11/2017


Tags: wooden boat; workshop; china camp; state park; california; north bay; marin county; peninsula; village
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