Images: Honeymoon Bridge Balboa Park San Diego

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The stairway that leads to the fence that blocks off the south entrance of the old and new Honeymoon Bridge. Photo taken on March 1, 2019.
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San Diego History Center, San Diego, CA, United States
A close-up look at the Honeymoon Bridge located on the 1935 Balboa Park map.
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San Diego History Center, San Diego, CA, United States
A close-up of Palm Canyon located on the 1956 Balboa Park map, where the Honeymoon Bridge used to be.
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Emilyn Mohebbi
A fence was placed in Palm Canyon to block off the south entrance ofnwhere the 1935 Honeymoon Bridge used to be. Staring into the canyon filled with palmntrees, straight across from this location is another fence blocking off the other end of thenold bridge. Photo taken on March 1, 2019.
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San Diego History Center, Document Archives, San Diego, CA, United States
Requa, Richard. California Pacific International Exposition: Rustic bridge overncanyon in South Moctezuma Garden [c. 1934-1935]. Architectural Drawings. AD 1001-036.
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San Diego History Center, Document Archives, San Diego, CA, United States
Requa, Richard. California Pacific International Exposition: Rustic bridge overncanyon in South Moctezuma Garden [c. 1934-1935]. Architectural Drawings. AD 1001-036.
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San Diego History Center, Document Archives, San Diego, CA, United States
Requa, Richard. California Pacific International Exposition: Rustic bridge overncanyon in South Moctezuma Garden [c. 1934-1935]. Architectural Drawings. AD 1001-036.
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San Diego History Center, Document Archives, San Diego, CA, United States
Requa, Richard. California Pacific International Exposition: Rustic bridge over canyon in South Moctezuma Garden [c. 1934-1935]. Architectural Drawings. AD 1001-036.
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San Diego History Center, San Diego, CA, United States
A copy of the 1935 Balboa Park map with the Honeymoon Bridge circled in red.
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San Diego History Center, San Diego, CA, United States
A copy of the 1956 Balboa Park map with a red circle over Palm Canyon, where the Honeymoon Bridge used to be located.
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