San Francisco Bay Cork Map, 8" x 10"
The streets of San Francisco are paved in gold! Not literally, but the city was a primary site in the gold rush years. The gold miners had an effect not only in San Francisco, but with one comfort we hold dear today: blue jeans. San Francisco became home to the notable invention of jeans which provided the gold miners comfortable, yet rugged clothing for mining.
Another notable invention that comfortably bustles us along the streets of San Fran is the cable car. Cruising along at a top speed of 9.5 miles per hour, these vehicles are classified as a moving National Monument. If you are interested in an efficient method of transportation in this city, the cable car is a photogenic solution to one of the city’s most beautiful challenges: hills.
The San Francisco Bay cork wood map features a cork base that is engraved with the topographical measurements of the area surrounding the bay. The details of the bay are laser-cut into Baltic birch with precision and the depths of the water are etched into the cork. Points of interest are etched into the surface of both the cork and birch. The impressive wood chart stands on its own, making it the perfect nautical décor for your home office, mantle, or bookshelf.
Points of Interest on the San Francisco Bay Nautical Cork Map:
San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Vallejo, San Rafael, Sausalito, Alameda, Golden Gate Park, Alcatraz, Bridge Bay, Redwood City, and Palo Alto